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Stanzi Litjens '19 (Netherlands)

Current student Stanzi Litjens '19 (Netherlands) is from the Netherlands and as of Spring 2018 is in her first year of MESPOM. Her academic background is in Business Administration (B.A.) and in applying to MESPOM was seeking a more environmental approach rather than seeing the world in terms of money and ‘shareholder value’. She made a decision to focus on the link between government, business, and non-governmental organizations to pursue a healthier balance in the current system. While studying for her B.A.

Mel Phadtare '16 (Australia and U.K.)

I joined MESPOM Batch-10 during 2014-2016 and studied in Budapest, Lesvos, Netherlands, UK and Lund. Before coming to the degree program, I had already enjoyed a career across the water, waste, soil and food production, communications, CSR, community engagement, climate change, and disaster risk management sectors. That’s because I completed a Bachelors of Applied Science in Environmental Assessment and Management back in 1995.

Cecile Tang '16 (France and China)

I’m a Batch 10 MESPOM-er who studied at CEU (Hungary), UoA (Greece), UoM (U.K.), and finally UoS (Canada) from 2014-2016. Prior to MESPOM, I completed a BSc in Biology from McGill University (Canada), minoring in both Environmental and Hispanic Studies. My interest in conservation issues originated from my experience as a volunteer in sea turtle conservation in Mexico in 2010 when I was a first year university student keen to explore my interests and still new at navigating through academia.

Isaac Guzman Estrada '16 (Mexico)

" Overall, my whole MESPOM experience – as a student and later as an intern – lead me to pursue a path to connect my passion about urban areas, the ways to make them less carbon-intensive, and the people who actively do something to pursue sustainable human cities."

 

Dr. Brandon Anthony (Associate Professor, CEU)

Dr. Brandon Anthony, originally from Canada and a current resident of Hungary, completed both his M.Sc. and Ph.D. at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Dr.

Olivia Lewis '16 (U.K.)

"...my MESPOM experience has certainly paid off as I feel much more equipped to work professionally on environmental topics..."

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