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Grad Student Support

Summer 2019:

Amy Wrobleski is a PhD student from the Penn State Ecology program, studying the interactions between people, culture, and plants. Before starting graduate school, Amy worked for Michigan State University on plant phenology projects, and she is excited to once again spend more time outside, learning about the plants of Wisconsin! This summer she is working with SDI to run the Visualizing Forest Futures (VIFF) internship. The project will combine ecology, story telling, and virtual reality as a tool to learn about the stories, biology, and phenology of plants.

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Past Supported Grad Students

Marie Schaefer Marie Schaefer is a Research Assistant for the Sustainable Development Institute and is in the cultural anthropology PhD program at Michigan State University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Anthropology from Eastern Michigan University, a Masters of Arts in Applied Anthropology from Northern Arizona University and is an Anishinaabe from Michigan. Marie …

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