email@example.com | (541) 346-5081
Monica has been on campus since 2007, first in Women’s and Gender Studies for seven years, then in the Philosophy department; she has been in ENVS since July 2015. She manages the office, handles the budget, and is a resource for faculty and students in multitudinous ways. At home Monica rides herd on two cats, two rambunctious kittens, and her 9-year-old son, Gabe, all of whom give her excellent entertainment and much joy. She dreams of traveling in a tiny, shiny Airstream trailer.
Graduate Programs Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org | (541) 346-5057
Nathan is an alum of the University of Oregon Psychology Department, Graduating with a BA in 2013. Nathan is the first point of contact for any questions about our Master’s and PhD programs. He shares information with prospective students, coordinates the administrative admissions process, and shepherds our graduate students through their programs, ensuring they meet all requirements for obtaining the degree. Nathan also coordinates the GE (Graduate Employees) appointment process. In his free time you can find Nathan out camping with his wife and two daughters in the Oregon forests.
Travel and Events Coordinator
email@example.com | (541) 346-5203
Alison Mildrexler is an alum of the University of Oregon Environmental Studies Program, graduating with a BA in 2002. She has extensive experience coordinating travel and events and had been working for community non- profit organizations in Eugene since 2003. Alison is happy to assist for course field trip travel details, questions, reimbursements, or reservations. She will also help you schedule, make room reservations, and order catering services for ENVS related events. In her free time, you can find Alison pouring beeswax candles for her small business, Casper Candle Company, enjoying the Willamette River Trail, or exploring Oregon’s high mountain lakes in a canoe.
Office and Undergraduate Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org | 541.356.5006
Sophie Bybee comes to the Environmental Studies Program with a background in higher education administrative support and local climate activism. She provides faculty and staff with support on office-related tasks as well as helps current undergraduate students navigate the administrative side of their ENVS/ESCI degrees. Sophie is also committed to helping students connect to and build the ENVS community. Additionally, she welcomes the chance to share her enthusiasm about the program and answer any and all questions from perspective students! When not in the office, you can find Sophie obsessing over her dog, doing an activity that preferably involves power tools and a digging bar, or climate organizing (#systemschangenotclimatechange). She’d be happy to rhapsodize with you about any of these things.