Anna Novoselov is a third year Environmental Science major interested in developing and inspiring novel solutions to pressing environmental problems. She hopes to conserve wild lands, encourage the sustainable usage of Earth’s natural resources and promote innovative climate change interventions. She is also interested in the intersection of well-being, lifestyle choices and environmental factors.
This year, she is the lead of the aquaponics team of Bruin Home Solutions and a student researcher in the Hsiao Lab (which studies the microbiome). In the past, the was a leader of the Energy Team of the Sustainability Action Research Program (SAR), a writer for the science and health section of the Daily Bruin and an intern for Melio Tech, a microbial profiling startup. She is a co-author of several peer-reviewed publications and an alumni of a REU experience funded by the NSF.
She loves spending time in nature — hiking, camping, climbing mountains, swimming, and finding pretty sunset viewpoints — and dreams of exploring as many of Earth’s natural wonders as possible.