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STEM Ambassadors

The STEM Ambassador Program began in 2016 as a training program for a small cohort of University of Utah scientists. Since then, we have grown to work with over 170 graduate students, post-docs, faculty, staff, and undergraduate students. Scroll down to learn about the scientists who have participated. Contact us if you would like to reach out to a STEM Ambassador.

Note that many Ambassador bios were uploaded when the Ambassador joined the program and may not be current.

Maggie Scholle

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Maggie Scholle is a first-year master’s student in the Environmental Humanities graduate program at the U. She is interested in the intersection of mapping and memory of erosion, coastal processes, and slow landscape change, particularly cases where that change is poorly documented. She is originally from Chicago and has previously studied sediment transport along the Lake Michigan shore. She is interested in pursuing careers in both formal and informal environmental education and is excited to develop community engagement skills with STEMAP. When not reading for class, she can be found running on the Jordan River and hiking with her cat, Sterling.