Graduate Students

IoES graduate students—becoming tomorrow's environmental leaders

Our graduate programs offer a diverse education that empowers specific, expert focus on today's complex problems. Meet our current students from the D. Env. and Ph.D. programs.

D. Env. Current Students

Regina Adigwe

Integrated and sustainable solutions for water and sanitation challenges

Nickie Cammisa

Addressing climate impacts on ecosystems and equity through emerging urban ecology methods

Kelly Clark

Improving water management through technical solutions in business and government

Mason Gamble

Managing resources sustainably by bridging the gap between science, policy and economics

Maggie Isied

Making air healthier to breathe for disadvantaged communities through engagement and local scale analysis

Xinyue Li

Minimizing energy impacts through a data-driven systems approach

Oscar Neyra

Exploring the potential of multi-satellite synergies to assess environmental impact

Peggy Nguyen

Serving the public and environment by teaming up with policymakers, scientists, engineers and more

Shannon Pankratz

Enhancing U.S. Army Corps of Engineers management of aquatic resources in the Arid West by understanding functions, policy and politics

Alison Partie

Managing L’Oréal’s water, waste and climate efforts through market-based solutions

Robert Reny

Improving water management in Southern California through excellent understanding of climate impacts and broad contexts

Rachel Singleton

Incorporating sustainability practices in business and corporations

Li Zhang

Preventing air pollution— including from e-cig aerosols— through research and design

Ph.D. Current Students

Emma Barnosky

Environmental decision making & theories of societal change

Edith de Guzman

Heat mitigation and community resilience through urban forest stewardship

Danielle Hoague

Improving public health through scientific knowledge and community exchange

Chase Niesner

Multispecies anthropology, ecology, environmental justice

Viraj Sawant

Air quality and urban transportation systems in developing countries

Sebastián Solarte

Analyzing the potential of community energy to promote local development, energy justice, and peace-building

Paul Stainier

Using econometric data analysis to learn about food access and climate change

Tanner Waters

Using environmental DNA for marine restoration and conservation