Four undergraduate Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability (EEDS) students had the opportunity to attend this year’s Net Impact Path to Purpose Conference in Atlanta, GA. Net Impact is a national organization with more than 300 global chapters. The students that attended are members of Ohio State’s undergraduate Net Impact chapter. Returning from this year’s conference representing Ohio State’s Net Impact chapter were seniors and EEDs majors Sarah Fischer, who is minoring in Nonprofit Management and Tim Cho, who is minoring in City and Regional Planning. Juniors Kathleen Fillingim, an EEDS major and Taylor Racela, a Finance major with a minor in EEDS also attended.
This summer SENR faculty, staff and graduate students are participating in a number of professional society meetings and workshops. Attendance at these meetings and workshops is an opportunity to highlight and share their research with national and international colleagues. The meetings also provide invaluable networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to learn more about other research conducted in their fields.