Eco-Reps Program Director
The UVM Eco-Reps Program trains student leaders who model and promote environmentally responsible behaviors on campus. As program director, Steve manages the program, organizes student activities and projects, and leads the group as they foster sustainable living on campus. He also assists with teaching ENVS187 Campus Sustainability and developing campus energy projects, such as srategies for managing greenhouse gas emissions from lab buildings.
In 2009-2010, Steve was an Energy Education Fellow with the UVM Office of Sustainability, a position through the Accelerating Campus Climate-Change Initiative. He earned a B.S. in physics and astronomy from Haverford College, studied science education at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education, and earned a M.S. in natural resources from University of Vermont where he conducted research on sustainability indicators and ecosystem valuation with the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics.
Eco-Reps Program Advisor / UVM Recycling and Solid Waste Manager, Physical Plant Department
Erica has been the Recycling and Solid Waste Manager at UVM since 1998. She developed and piloted the first UVM Eco-Reps program in Spring 2004. She helped garner institutional support to grow the program and ultimately transition it to the newly created Office of Sustainability in 2008. She continues to serve as a resource for Eco-Rep projects related to recycling and composting. She earned a B.A. in Geography from SUNY Albany, an M.S. in Natural Resources policy from the University of Michigan, and recently completed her M.P.A. at the University of Vermont.
Interim Eco-Reps Coordinator