2017-18 EAF MEMBERS
Caitlin is a fourth year in the college double majoring in Economics and Public Policy and is serving as this year’s EAF Student Coordinator. She is from Ossining, New York, and is passionate about environmental and health policies. On campus, she is on the Frizzell Committee, tutors local elementary students in art, and enjoys playing intramural sports. Caitlin has been involved with EAF since her first year, and is very excited to continue to work toward sustainability and social outreach both on campus and throughout Chicago!
Claire is a fourth year undergraduate majoring in Economics and Environmental and Urban Studies. She grew up in Naperville, Illinois, and is really excited to be part of EAF this year. Claire previously has been involved in the UChicago Zero-Waste Committee and is a member of the varsity cross country and track and field teams. She is interested in the way economic and environmental sustainability interact with one another and the tensions between the two.
Sam is a second-year undergraduate, majoring in Computational and Applied Math and minoring in Environmental Studies. He has always loved being in nature, and is excited to engage with it from a research perspective with EAF. Having grown up in the Chicago suburb of Wilmette, Illinois, Sam is particularly interested in buildings and cities designed toward sustainability, protection, and incorporation of the environment. On campus, Sam is involved in the fledgling UChicago Urbanists student organization, as well as two choral groups.
Ted is a first year undergraduate prospectively majoring in Economics and Environmental and Urban Studies. He grew up in Glenview, Illinois, and is interested in public health policy and how environmentally conscious policies and technology can help create sustainable business practices. On campus, Ted is also involved with Peer Health Exchange and is a member of the Varsity Track and Field team. He is excited to work with EAF this year and in the future!