C+Sers come from a range of academic backgrounds, but Tim Bushman has a particularly unique one. He studied kinesiology and clinical exercise physiology at the University of Wisconsin.
It was a fortuitous flyer that brought Aisha Muhammad to C+S.
She was headed to Columbia for a information session at the Business School when a C+S flyer changed the trajectory of her graduate studies. Intrigued, Aisha attend a C+S class and “was hooked and knew it would be a better outlet” for what she wanted to do.
By Candice Allouch, C+S ’15 Sreeja Nair is a C+S alum with an interdisciplinary background in the biomedical sciences and environmental policy fields. She has worked with the Centre for Global Environmental Research at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in New Delhi, evaluating climate impacts, vulnerability and adaptation assessments in the agriculture and water sectors…. read more
Josh Gellers (C+S ’07) recently completed his PhD in Political Science and is now an Assistant Professor at the University of North Florida. See how C+S helped guide his research interests.
It’s not uncommon to find John-Michael Cross (C+S ‘09) on Capitol Hill briefing legislative offices on climate and energy issues. Find out what he’s been up to since graduating.
Sarah Abdelrahim found her way from C+S to Nairobi, Kenya. What skills did she gain from the program that are informing her work with the United Nations Environmental Programme? Find out!
By Nadav Gazit, Climate and Society ’13 Whitney Peterson couldn’t have ended up any further from New York after C+S than her current position. It’s not just space that separates Peterson, a 2010 graduate of the program, from the city. It’s her surroundings, too. Her life might be vastly different 7000 miles away in American… read more
Melissa Matlock, graduated from Climate and Society just a few short months ago after completing a successful internship at the Rainforest Foundation US in New York City. After graduating, Melissa had very little downtime to relax. Within a couple of weeks she was on her way back to her native southern California to start a position… read more