Who We Are
Emily Hunziker is a senior studying Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior with a minor in Sustainability. She has a wide array of interests revolving around all aspects of the environment, including land use, resource conservation and waste management. Emily is always keeping busy, whether she’s traveling the coast, the country, or just going to Zumba class.
Ramya K is a SEBS student pursuing a major in Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources and a certification in Environmental Geomatics. She also holds two Associate Degrees in Psychology and Communication from Middlesex County College. Her hobbies include going on thrill-seeking adventures, discovering nature, exploring international cultures, and most of all, reading good books.
Kris Khunachak is a Visual Arts BFA major with a concentration in graphic design and a minor in Art History. Aside from design and illustration, he plays guitar and sings in an awful punk rock band and preaches the benefits of bodyweight fitness and dieting. On a nice day you might find him golfing or traveling around trying to find the nicest hole-in-the-wall-better-than-yours eateries.
Quinn Chin is a Visual Arts BFA major with a concentration in Design. She spends a bit too much of her free time on the internet, but otherwise she loves finding nice places to eat. She also enjoys taking photos of the environment.
Tyler Lepucki is an Environmental Policy, Institutions & Behavior major, with a minor in Sustainability. Currently employed at Rutgers Gardens, he has always had an interest in the environment, whether it be kayaking the Delaware or hiking the Appalachians. Though of course he also enjoys just staying home and relaxing in bed. After graduation he aims to be an Environmental Resource Manager, if not heading into graduate school.
Connor LaMontagne is a Biotechnology major with minors in Biochemistry and Environmental Science. After RU, he hopes to pursue his PhD and work in Microbial Bioremediation. Besides science, some of his dearest loves are music (as a listener and amateur player), humor, and good conversation with good people.
Dayvonn Jones is an Environmental Science major. He plans to become an environmental lawyer, but for now he helps operate a non-profit organization, SWAG Project, in Newark. In his spare time he enjoys playing basketball, conditioning and training, and reading a multitude of topics varying from sports and entertainment to current environmental issues.
Andrew Cumming is an Environmental Science major with plans to minor in Spanish. Andrew’s interests include playing video games (namely FIFA and pokemon), learning about science and other topics, spending time with friends, and wasting his life binge-watching television shows. If he could choose one television universe to live in, it would probably be Avatar: The Last Airbender, but only under the assumption that he could bend an element.
Ian Montgomery is an Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior major. He currently interns for an environmental nonprofit and plans to continually explore new industries whether it is through governmental bodies, private consulting, or continuing with nonprofits. Ian’s personal time generally consists of lifting, seeking new opportunities, and challenging the human condition.
Ben Purzak is an Environmental Business Economics major with a minor in Political Science. After college Ben plans to become a Natural Resource Specialist. In his free time, his interests include hockey, music and hiking.
Casey Lee McArdle is currently pursuing a degree in Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources. Being a lover of the outdoors, he enjoys bird-watching, identifying plant species, hiking/backpacking, kayaking, camping, and eating things he finds in the woods. If you haven’t realized yet, he is actually a 70 year old man in a college-aged student’s body.
Jessica Schoen is a junior majoring in Environmental Policy. She joined Green Print September, 2016. Jess writes a column on Endangered Species of the Month and the occasional opinion piece. She likes photography, video games, reading, and searching for solutions to our environmental problems. She is currently involved in a Green Space Initiative to get more outdoor spaces for students to enjoy.
Katarina Piasevoli is a Rutgers alumnus, class of 2015. She majored in Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behaviors with a minor in Spanish. She is currently a paralegal assistant for a nonprofit organization in New York.