Joanie Stultz, UVM sophomore, has been awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2010 Morris K. Udall Scholarship competition. This national award recognizes sophomores and juniors who are pursuing careers focused on environmental or Native American issues, and she is among 80 scholars and 50 honorable mentions to be acknowledged.
Stultz, an environmental engineering major from Kent, Washington, has spent the past two years at the University of Vermont developing her ability to pursue a career in sustainable technology. Her interests lie in engineering new waste management technologies, specifically related to wastewater and composting, that she believes will enable communities to shift their industrial waste infrastructure into a zero-waste system.
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