Local Professionals conduct Mock Interviews for Professional Development Seminar

April 26, 2019
Professional Development Seminar: Mock Interviews

Last week, local environmental professionals conducted mock interviews with EPM students to help them prepare for the real thing. Continuing EPM students are now interviewing for summer internships while expected graduates are well into their job search.  Each interviewer took a group of four students and took turns interviewing them over the span of an hour. 

Student Spotlight- Nick Taylor

March 20, 2019
Nick is from Oakland, CA. He completed his BS in Biology from UC Merced. While he was there, he began working for the National Park Service, where he will be completing his practicum.

EPM welcomes External Advisory Committee

March 18, 2019

On March 13th, EPM welcomed the members of the External Advisory Committee (EAC) to campus to meet with program faculty, staff and students. The EAC is a group of professionals from various environmental institutions who advise the program on professional development training and new opportunities to connect to the environmental community. 

You can view bios of our External Advisory Committee here. 

Faculty Spotlight- Fran Moore

February 19, 2019
Faculty Spotlight Fran Moore Fran is an Assistant Professor in the Environmental Science and Policy department at UC Davis. She's been teaching at Davis for about three years. Fran studies climate change impacts, primarily from an economic perspective. She grew up in London, but moved to the US for college when she was 18.  You'll be teaching the Policy Clinic next quarter.

Student Spotlight- Chi-Hai Kalita

December 28, 2018
January's student spotlight features 1st year student Chi-Hai Kalita. Chi-Hai earned her BS in Biology and Environmental Studies from the George Washington University. After graduating, she spent two years collecting fisheries data for the National Marine Fisheries Service in Alaska which inspired her decision to pursue a degree in resource management.

Aston Tennefoss' Practicum Project with the Office of the Delta Watermaster

November 09, 2018

Aston Tennefoss is a graduate of the Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Management program. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington. He has worked in business and information technology consulting for nearly a decade. An avid rower, he is Board President of River City Rowing Club.

This post was written by Aston about his practicum experience.