Admitted Student Day 2017
April 27th, 2017 was Admitted Student Day for the MES Program, a chance for students admitted to the MES program to see and hear from faculty, current students and alumni about the program and opportunities available to them upon entry.
Thank you everyone who helped make this day a success!
All photos by Arielle Simmons, MES Communications Associate.
MES Ambassador Trace McKellips presenting to admitted students about the opportunities available to students through the MES program.
MES Core Faculty (from left: Ted Whitesell, John Withey, Erin Martin, Kathleen Saul & Kevin Francis) presenting during the Faculty Panel about themselves and the courses they have and will be teaching in the MES program.
Students admitted to the Fall 2017 MES cohort at Admitted Student Day!
Admitted students listening to a presentation from current student, Lucy Pierce, on the Sustainability Fellowship and her experiences with the opportunities available through the MES program.
Current student, Sadie Gilliom (left) with Kelli Bush the Sustainability in Prisons Project Manager, presenting to admitted students about the Sustainability in Prisons Project and the opportunities new students will have to be a part of SPP as they begin their MES journey.
Current student and former MES Writing Assistant, Paige Anderson, presents her Thesis research journey and results to the admitted students; a more formal version of her thesis research will be presented by her at the end of May 2017 to complete her graduate degree!
Current student, Liliana Caughman presenting her Thesis research to admitted students.