Princeton Ecology Representatives (EcoReps)

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EcoReps at 2014 Reunions P-Rade

The Princeton University Ecology Representative Program (EcoReps) was founded in 2004 in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability, which administers the student-run program. The mission of the EcoReps is to promote the integration of sustainability into campus residential life. At the end of each academic year, the group also organizes the annual greening of Move Out and Reunions. Through their efforts, the EcoReps aim to see every Princeton student adopt at least one aspect of sustainable living into their daily lives, and to understand the value of sustainability for themselves, their communities, and the environment.

Representatives

  • Kathleen Newman '15
    Whitman EcoRep
  • Taimur Ahmad '16
    EcoRep
  • Neely Lewis '16
    EcoRep
  • Katie Little '16
    EcoRep
  • Sam Essig '17
    Butler EcoRep
  • Caitlin Miller '17
    Rocky EcoRep
  • Michal Prenovitz '17
    Mathey EcoRep
  • Sami Walter '17
    Mathey EcoRep
  • Lena Sun '16
    Forbes EcoRep
  • Cadee Qiu '18
    Butler EcoRep