When Katie Fudacz (SEBS Dec. ‘14) embarked on her G. H. Cook Honors Program thesis, little did she know it would be her calling card for several job offers in her senior year, including the one she finally chose with Bloomberg L.P.
“I really didn’t see myself working in the private sector,” said Fudacz. “As as a first-year student, I always envisioned myself working for a radical environmental organization like Greenpeace.” Fudacz majored in International Environmental Policy, with concentrations in sustainable agriculture, women’s leadership and Spanish.
She felt so deeply rooted in environmental policy that for three of her four years at Rutgers, she was a staff writer for The EPIB Trail, a monthly online newsletter written by students in the Department of Human Ecology that features eco-friendly ideas and current environmental news, plus departmental highlights of students, teaching assistants and faculty.
Fudacz was indoctrinated in environmental justice and policy even before she got to Rutgers. [Read more…]