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These five panelists took on the tasks of increasing accessibility in their respective fields, with ties such as community, environmental impact, and working with texts. Sanskriti spent the summer working with renewable energy for rural livelihoods, a project centered around promoting sustainable energy sources in poverty pocketed areas of Western Nepal. Isabel collaborated in the design and construction of a low-carbon, low-cost, and energy efficient home that will be added to the affordable housing stock in Holyoke, MA. Sayako worked at a community-based organization dedicated to urban sustainability and public education in New York. Maggie joined the community of Spindleworks, a non-profit program based in Maine, that aims to foster independent living for disabled artists. Elijah provided a studentís perspective in proofreading the content, flow, and language of a draft philosophy of quantum mechanics textbook. This panel gives unique insight to the interdisciplinary career paths that a liberal arts education provides.

Moderator:

  • Lucas Wilson, Professor of Economics and Critical Race and Political Economy on the Ford Foundation

Speakers:

  • Sayako Aizeki-Nevins ’25, Economics and Geography double major
  • Isabel Jorge Colina ’25, Architectural Studies major, Geography minor
  • Maggie ’25, English major, History minor
  • Elijah Jacobs-Marques ’25, Philosophy major, Politics minor
  • Sansiriti Pokharel ’25, Economics and Environmental Studies double major

Event Details

  • Julie Russell
  • Sayako Aizeki-Nevins
  • Elijah Jacobs-Marques
  • Aurpheon Ray

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