Marley is a MA in Sustainability student at ASU. She received her bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. Marley has interest in writing and visual arts, as well exploring ways to communicate sustainability concepts to a wider audience. Her research interests include urban agriculture, community development, social justice, and climate resilience.
Kellie is a duel masters student in Urban and Environmental Planning and Sustainable Solutions at ASU. She received her BS from the University of Arizona in Anthropology (archaeology) and Geosciences. Her interests include community development, resiliency, health and food systems and urban planning.
Sean McDonald is a sophomore Filmmaking Practices in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU. He is an aspiring cinematographer/videographer from Austin, TX, and a new videography intern at TSR. Sean’s interest in sustainability stems from and is fueled by his lifelong love of nature and the outdoors.
Dean Maniuszko is a junior Film and Media Production student within the Herberger Institute for the Design and the Arts at ASU. He is an aspiring Director of Photography and avid photographer. He is incredibly excited to be with tSR this year as a videographer, and help to continue creating great content with the rest of the tSR team.
Shirley-Ann Behravesh is a Senior Sustainability Scientist and a Faculty member within the School of Sustainability. Her research focuses on corporate sustainability and has worked with European partners on several projects, focused on disseminating knowledge of sustainable technologies, traffic management and sustainable construction within the EU. From these projects, several other sustainability projects were born, as a result of information sharing. Shirley-Ann was drawn to TSR to be able to do just that, share stories and knowledge, with the hope of inspiring change.
Josh MacFadyen is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Humanities in the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies and the School of Sustainability. His research uses historical Geographic Information Systems, data visualizations, and other digital media to communicate the history of human relationships with the environment. He edits the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE) blog, and he teaches courses in communicating sustainability and environmental history.
Paul Hirt is a historian, Senior Sustainability Scholar, and member of the public history faculty at Arizona State University. He specializes in the American West, global environmental history, environmental policy, and sustainability studies. He is engaged in a variety of collaborative, interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach projects on water, energy, land use, and sustainability.