IU graduate student Danni McPherron has made reducing food waste her mission

Guest post by Jill Bond, graduate assistant in the School of Public and Enviromental Affairs Danni McPherron has spent plenty of time the last few years thinking about other people’s trash. “I’m pretty sure that my friends and family think of my passion for trash as inspiring, amusing and at times, a bit annoying,” she […]

IU sophomore Corben Andrews is working to make a more sustainable world

Growing up, Indiana University student Corben Andrews experienced early on the effects of poverty and the impact one can have on the world. When he was 5 years old, he accompanied his parents and church on a mission trip to Mexico, where the group built houses for people in need. Then in high school, Andrews […]

Undergrads tackle research with faculty mentors through 2020 Sustainability Scholars program

When IU freshman Kate Adams came to campus, she already had some research experience under her belt. But the international studies major was pleasantly surprised when she became a Sustainability Scholar, allowing her not only to conduct research during her freshman year of college but to do so in a setting that is not your […]