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SHARK STANLEY TEAM Now a common name among the FES community, Shark Stanley is a representation of just how successful innovative and passionate FES student work can be. An ambitious and very creative global awareness campaign, the Shark Stanley team helped win protection of shark and ray species under CITES.

F&ES DIVESTMENT TEAM The involvement of a few key FES students in the Fossil Free Yale campaign has filled a void of leadership from environmental professionals in this movement, inspiring undergraduates and graduates alike to pursue the goal of climate-just investments through Yale's endowment.

RACHEL MAK Hailed as a sustainability maven by some, environmental watchdog by others, Rachel Mak has demonstrated enormous dedication and leadership guiding FES toward a culture of stewardship through waste prevention and reduction. Together with the Environmental Stewardship Committee, Rachel's efforts have included reusable lunch boxes, the stuff shelves/digest, scrap paper pads, table chia pets, and the spring salvage.

CARA MAE CIRIGNANO Cara Mae's pioneering efforts to raise the profile of food systems studies at FES have succeeded in creating greater dialogue on sustainable agriculture, developing further course offerings, and in general heightening the level of intellectual interest in food production and sustainability issues both locally and globally.

COLLEEN MURPHY-DUNNING As director of the Urban Resources Initiative, Colleen Murphy-Dunning has facilitated a greening transformation of the city of New Haven. With her active, hands-on approach to URI's mission, she bridges the environmental passion of the FES community with social issues and values in the wider New Haven community.

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