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Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences

Graduate Program (M.Sc.) - Global Change Ecology

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Helen Elisabeth Sitar

Helen Elisabeth Sitar

student

At Global Change Ecology until 12/2015
e-Mail: Helen.Sitar(at)stmail.uni-bayreuth.de


 Education

 
2013 - present

Master of Science in Global Change Ecology
University of Bayreuth, Germany

2007 - 2012

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science and Policy
Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Minor: Biology

Focus on landscape-scale ecological degradation and land-use issues

Advisor: Michelle Joffroy

Internships  

 
07/11 - 08/11 Weingut Schweikart
Landau-Godramstein, Germany

Ogranic Horticulture Intern: Implemented organic plant maintenance, assisted in product development, including wine filtration, marketing, and distribution.

05/10 - 09/10 Washington National Episcopal Cathedral Foundation
Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Horticulture Intern: Improved and maintained garden landscape, pruned extensive rose and boxwood collection, counteracted compacted soil in historic Olmstead Woods with planting projects.

06/08 - 07/08 Environmental Department of Puerto Lopez
Puerto Lopez, Ecuador

Reforestation and Environmental Education Intern: Promoted awareness regarding local deforestation and its connection to erosion, landslides, and flooding events, worked in tree nursery for reforestation projects, and led classes in schools about local environmental issues and regional endemics, particularly the humpback whale.

Conferences

 
02/08 Commission on the Status of Women, 52nd Session
New York, U.S.A.


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