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An Update to our Diversity Action Statement

August 24, 2020
In June, we issued a Diversity Action Statement identifying six actionable goals for our program. Accountability is important. Here's where we what we have done to work towards those goals so far:

Staff Spotlight- David Bunn

July 17, 2020
Staff Spotlight

Dr. David Bunn

Since 2015, David Bunn served as Director of the California Department of Conservation, managing a staff of over 600 scientists and professionals to promote the judicious use and conservation of energy, land and mineral resources. Previously, he served as Deputy Director of the California Department of Fish and Game and as a natural resources policy consultant for the California State Senate and Assembly. 

EPM Diversity Action Statement

June 10, 2020
The EPM program develops policy leaders and managers of the future. Our mission is to empower agents of change. Yet, our current professional community, research, and teaching do not adequately represent diversity. Thus, we have a responsibility to recruit students from diverse backgrounds, to tackle...

EPM students tackle remote learning

May 05, 2020
My name is Katt Lundy and I am a first-year EPM student interested in collaborative, adaptive land management. Remote learning definitely has...

Alumni Spotlight- Madison Jarvis

April 27, 2020
Madison is originally from the East Coast – she was born and raised in Maryland and attended the University of Delaware for her undergraduate degree in Environmental Science. After graduation, she was fortunate enough to move to Honolulu, Hawaii for a brief period where...

Student Spotlight- Sarah Farnsworth

March 18, 2020
Sarah grew up in Rancho Cordova, CA and found a passion for the ocean early on as she took trips to the nearby coast. She decided to attend C.S.U. Monterey Bay where she obtained her B.S. in Marine Science with a minor in mathematics. Following her experiences in Monterey, she decided she wanted to join the EPM program...

Faculty Spotlight- Mark Lubell

March 02, 2020
Mark is a professor of Environmental Science and Policy, and his Ph.D. is in political science with a specialization in public policy.  He studies cooperation problems in the context of environmental policy.