Welcome to Boston University’s Emerald Review:
The Emerald Review is an undergraduate student-run publication that seeks to highlight the works of students in the field of earth and environmental news. The publication offers viewpoints from a broad spectrum of opinions and backgrounds in order to promote a general understanding of a green and sustainable world. We are a small dedicated staff of volunteer students who are fascinated by the natural world.
The Emerald Review publishes articles under four categories: Politics, Business, Science, and Culture. Our Section Editors have worked hard to make each article you read a refined work. We have had the pleasure of receiving articles on topics ranging from the international climate negotiations in Paris to Boston University’s own Earth House. We encourage first time readers to take a few moments to read some of our work, learn more about our staff, and get to know our sister organization, Boston University’s Environmental Student Organization.
Katie is the editor-in-chief of The Emerald Review. She is a senior at BU double majoring in Economics and Environmental Analysis and Policy. In her time at BU she has been an active member of the Environmental Student Organization and interned with several organizations including Environment Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. Outside of environmental studies, she is the treasurer of the West Coast Swing club and competes with the ballroom dance team.
Managing editor/Cory Willingham
Cory is the managing editor of The Emerald Review. He is a sophomore double majoring in Political Science and Classical Civilizations. When he isn't being physically smothered by Latin texts or political manifestos, he can be found sitting by the Charles and writing bad nature poetry.
Copy editor/Aarti Arora
Culture editor/Mona Zayed
Mona is currently a senior studying Environmental Science and International Relations with a minor in GIS and Remote Sensing
Science editor/Sara Brennan
Sara is a senior at Boston University studying marine science and minoring in Biology and Chemistry. She is also on a pre-veterinary track. This is her second year as the Science section editor and outside of the review, she is involved with the Marine Science Association and Step About Boston.
Business editor/Ana Milosavljevic
Ana is a currently finishing her undergraduate degree in Environmental Analysis and Policy with a minor in Business Administration.
Politics editor/Chance Rogala
Chance Rogala is the Politics editor for The Emerald Review. He is a sophomore double majoring in Political Science and Economics. Besides his work with the review, he contributes to improving BU through the Student Government. The best way to get on his good side is to provide him with any amount of Oreos.
Website Editor & Publisher/Sacha de Jong
Sacha is the Website Editor and Desktop Publisher of The Emerald Review. She is a sophomore majoring in Health Science and hopes to become a pediatrician. Her two major passions are the outdoors and working with kids and was lucky enough to participate in a gap year program that combined them. She spent the last year as a student-naturalist at Shady Creek Outdoor School, hiking with 6th graders and teaching them about the environment.
Advertising & Outreach/Mike Baker
Mike Baker is the Advertising & Outreach Chair for The Emerald Review. He is a sophomore majoring in Economics and Environmental Analysis and Policy. If you’re seeking him out, you’ll likely find him riding his bike on Comm. Ave or elsewhere in the Greater Boston Area -- while also consuming an exorbitant quantity of local food. He is a passionate advocate of public transportation, environmental sustainability, and urban development. Mike’s experience is within the public realm; at home in Connecticut, he worked as a Land Use intern, and is now interning with MassDOT’s Rail and Transit Division.
Photo Editor/Emelia Chamberlain
Emelia Chamberlain is the Photo Editor for The Emerald Review. She is a senior studying Environmental and Marine Science. Outside of the review she is involved with the Marine Science Association and Students for a Just and Stable Future. If not busy in the lab you can find her wandering around the Public Gardens snapping photos of the seasonal blooms or watching way too much Blue Planet.
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