Sam Kelly-Quattrocchi is a graduate student at the University of Washington in the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance. There he is studying policy analysis and evaluation with a focus on environmental policy and social policy.
Denise Wilson is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle. Her research interests in engineering education focus on the role of self-efficacy, belonging, and other non-cognitive aspects of the student experience on engagement, success, and persistence and on effective methods for teaching global issues such as those pertaining to sustainability.
Rachel completed her Bachelor’s degrees at the University of Wyoming in International Studies and Spanish, spending a semester in Guatemala interviewing business owners and local residents in Antigua as part of a project to understand conflicts over the growing ecotourism industry. She also completed a Masters with the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington, collaborating on projects focusing on engaging stakeholders in forest management issues, surveys on public values of cultural ecosystem services, and psychographic market segmentation of sustainable tourism.
Rachel Yonemura is currently working on her B.S. in Environmental Science and Resource Management at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. She has been working at the University as a Research Assistant under Dr. Denise Wilson on projects regarding the Engineering Workplace as well as E-waste Sustainability. Motivation for these projects stem from an interest in public discourse and the interrelationships that occur among people of different disciplines.
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