We are excited about this upcoming school year and our second round of Going Green after an exciting pilot project last year and the many green initiatives that have been launched by you, our students and teachers in your communities. This year, we are happy to have two Going Green bloggers who will begin feeding our Going green blog very soon!
Julianne Trojano is a graduate student at the Center for Chemical Innovation on Sustainable Nanotechnology (CSN) at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Julianne is interested in environmental science and has experience as a blogger (check out her posts on environmental science at www.sustainable-nano.com). She recently travelled to Iceland to study glaciers and alternative energy and will share her experiences with us.
Brandon Greenblatt is a sophomore at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and originally from Matthews, North Carolina. At Georgetown, Brandon is majoring in International Affairs and studying German but is most excited to be interning virtually with the U.S. Embassy in Berlin and working on the Going Green project. Brandon is no stranger to writing and publishing either as he is the editor of the Western Europe section of The Caravel, Georgetown’s international affairs newspaper. So stay tuned, and join us in welcoming Brandon and Julianne to the Going Green community!