February 18, 2020
Looking for ways to connect with others around positive social change — on and off campus — while at Georgia Tech? Join SLS, the Office of Campus Sustainability, and Civic Engagement to learn about programs and initiatives (curricular and co-curricular) at Tech related to service learning, sustainability, and community engagement. This panel discussion will feature Rebecca Watts Hull, Service Learning and Partnerships Specialist with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain; Sarah Neville, Campus Sustainability Project Manager, Office of Campus Sustainability; Sarah Strohmenger, Director for Civic Engagement; and students experienced with each of these three offices.
Rebecca Watts Hull
Service Learning and Partnerships Specialist,
Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain
Rebecca Watts Hull is Service Learning and Partnerships Specialist with Serve-Learn-Sustain. Rebecca earned master's and PhD degrees in Georgia Tech’s School of History and Sociology and also holds a master's degree in Natural Resources and Environment from the University of Michigan. Her research and teaching focus on environmental and sustainability movements on college campuses and in society,
Campus Sustainability Project Manager,
Office of Campus Sustainability
Sarah Neville is the Campus Sustainability Project Manager. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, she has a Bachelor and Master of Science in Environmental Policy from the University of Michigan, and is currently pursuing an MBA at Georgia Tech.
Director for Civic Engagement,
Sarah Strohmenger is the Director of Civic Engagement in the Center for Student Engagement. Sarah has worked at GT in multiple capacities over the past seven years. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse and her master's degree in Student Affairs Administration and Higher Education from Ball State University.