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Current Members

Matthew J. Lundquist, Ph.D.

Department of Natural Sciences

Marymount Manhattan College

221 E 71st St, New York, NY 10021

Office: Carson 603

Phone: 212-517-0667

Email: mlundquist@mmm.edu

Dr. Lundquist is an Assistant Professor at Marymount Manhattan College. He is interested in the ecological impacts of urbanization. Particularly the biodiversity and ecological functions in urban freshwaters.

Elizabeth Scott

Major: Biomedical Sciences and Urban and Environmental Sustainability

Minor: Chemistry

Marymount Manhattan College

Elizabeth is a sophomore at Marymount Manhattan College. She is interested in how environmental degradation impacts human health. She is excited to gain foundational research experience in regards to ecology. Elizabeth is a very active member within her school, serving on the board for two science related organizations. She is also very active in her community, volunteering at NYP Weill Cornell Medical Center as well as with the organization, New York Cares.

Martha Madrid

Major: Urban and Environmental Sustainability

Minor: International Studies and Theatre Arts

Marymount Manhattan College

Martha is a senior at Marymount Manhattan College. She is particularly interested in global sustainable development and environmental inequality, and is excited to examine how these issues present themselves in New York City. She has been involved with the Mid-Atlantic Citizen Climate Lobby group and is a member of a campus sustainability club. She is also committed to promoting gender equality and women’s safety, and has worked at a self-defense school for over two years.

Past Members

Madison Weisend

Major: Environmental Studies and Political Science

Minor: Asian Studies

Marymount Manhattan College

Madison is a senior at Marymount Manhattan College. She is interested in the intersection of social justice and ecology, with a specialization in water scarcity issues. She has field experience from her time spent in rural India collecting both qualitative and quantitative data on water scarcity. She is also interning for an NGO at the United Nations where she serves as an advocate for environmental protection and gender equality.

Hope Kenmore

Major: B.A. Biology and B.F.A. Dance

Marymount Manhattan College

Hope is a senior at Marymount Manhattan College, currently working on an urban ecology project studying terrestrial insects in New York City. Previously, Hope was a member of Dr. Ann Aguanno’s molecular biology research team, but is excited now to increase her field work experience. She also harbors a passion for contemporary dance and choreography, and hopes to pursue performing in addition to the natural sciences.

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