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Rae Dunbar

Rae Dunbar started her Masters of Science in Climate Change at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark in the fall of 2023. With a passion for climate adaptation, urban development, and visionary thinking, Rae has the lifelong goal of being a prominent force in combating climate change.  Rae was an active member of Thelmo-Student Government, chairing the Environmental Affairs Committee. She also was the co-president of the environmental club, a member of the Campus Committee for Sustainability and Carbon Neutrality, and a biology teaching assistant. She graduated Suma Cum Laude from St.

Caitlin Erb

Caitlin Erb (she/her/hers) is a member of the 2023 class of St. Lawrence University. She double majored in Anthropology and Biology, double minored in Public Health and African Studies, and hopes to take a gap year before pursuing a graduate degree in Anthropology. Her academic interests lie within Biological Anthropology and Biology; however, they are focused on Bioarcheology and Paleopathology.

Jane Krausman

My name is Jane and I just recently graduated from St. Lawrence University in May 2023 with a major in conservation biology and minor in public health. I chose this area of study because I am passionate about the study of One Health, which highlights the intersections between human, animal, and ecosystem health. I was first introduced to the study of One Health during an internship at a wildlife clinic in 2020. In 2021, I took a class called "Food from the Sea" which allowed me to explore topics related to ocean conservation.

Eugenia Fernanda Leon Canseco

Fernanda is originally from Oaxaca, Mexico. Throughout her life she has developed a strong passion for social justice, feminism, public health and education. Therefore, she completed her undergraduate degree in Global Studies, specializing in Governance and Education at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, USA. One of her dreams is to be able to work towards creating a more gentle, just, and conscious reality for future generations.

Andrew Miller

I am a first year student at Københavns Universitet pursing an M.S.c in climate change and recently graduated from St. Lawrence University summa cum laude with a B.S. in Biology and Environmental Studies. I have a strong interest in climate change, biodiversity, international affairs, and the connections between all three. have extensive work experience with environmental nonprofit organizations from conducting ecological research and managing invasive species with a small land conservancy to serving as a manager for a UN affiliated environmental NGO.

Wayne Wang

Climbing mountain with my friends in the army
Home in Boston
Japanese food


My name is Powen Wang. My preferred name is Wayne. I am from Taiwan and it is a beautiful place where there a lot of mountain and rivers. Taiwan also has very developed cities where the transportation is very advance. What I like most about Taiwan is the amazing food and you can basically get them 24/7. It is really hard to keep a fitted body because of the wonderful foods.  

Caitlin French

My name is Caitlin French and I am a senior at St. Lawrence University. I am studying Business in the Liberal Arts and Communications. I am interested in pursuing a career in marketing or public relations after graduation. I am passionate about using creative strategy to promote companies and organizations that work to give back or solve issues in our society. I also hope to start a business or non-profit of my own one day.