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BikeMore | North Woods Stewards | Skidmore Community Garden 

Skidmore Compost | Sustainability Interns | Sustainable Workplace

Academic Year Student Staff



Finn Gardner-Puschak ‘23



"More people need to bike! I am happy to serve as a Skidmore BikeMore manager and bring the accessibility and joy of biking to everyone. I would love to see a campus full of bikes and the great vibes that accompany bike riders."


Nick Cipriani '23


Prospective Computer Science Major

"Hey all! My name is Nick and I'm in the class of 2023. I enjoy programming in my free time and am considering adding chemistry and physics as minors, but we'll see how those classes go. I love sustainability and am excited to work with BikeMore to make sure that we have accessible and sustainable transportation on campus!"

North Woods Steward

Stella Piasecki '23
Environmental Studies
"Hi! My name is Stella Piasecki and I am one of the North Woods stewards this summer! I am super excited to maintain the trails and teach visitors about Skidmore’s most precious asset, the North Woods. I am really into turtles so if you happen to spy a turtle anywhere on campus let me know!"

Skidmore Community Garden

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Ora Ehrlich '22
Social Work Major; Creative Writing Minor
"I am thrilled to be Skidmore's Community Garden Manager this year! I've worked in the Dining Hall for the past few years and am enjoying learning about how we get the delicious food we eat.  I love spending time outdoors, eating fresh food, and nurturing plants! I feel passionate about community-based participation and social justice inherent in local agriculture. I look forward to meeting new people at our Garden Work Parties moving forward!"

 Skidmore Compost

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Lisle Jamieson '24
History & Political Science Major
"I became a Compost Manager to get my hands dirty & enrich my experience of Skidmore through a wonderful community program committed to better, more sustainable practices. Also the stock option & dental insurance."

 Sustainability Interns


Christina Lindstrom '22
Environmental Studies Major; Spanish and Economics Double-Minor

"As a Sustainability Intern, I hope to engage and challenge Skidmore’s community to think about ways to implement sustainability on campus as well as in our personal lives."


Emme Tissue '23
Environmental Science Major

"Sustainability and education go hand-in-hand because as the times change, so do the practices of sustainability! With my position as a Sustainability intern with a focus on education and first-year orientation, I hope to educate my peers on how to be safe while being sustainable to continue our mission of having a positive impact on our community and our environment."


Kieran Yater '22 
Environmental Studies and Political Science Double-Major

"I became a Sustainability Intern because I want to help implement sustainable initiatives on Skidmore’s campus that improve student life and simultaneously protect our environment. I believe sustainable practices positively benefit all aspects of our community."

Sustainable Workplace


Luna Peralta '23
Prospective Environmental Science Major; Media and Film Minor

"Hello my name is Luna and I go by She/Her pronouns. I have always been interested in protecting the environment because in my eyes it is our most precious resource. Along with the environment, I am interested in environmental justice because coming from a low socio-economic background and being a minority I personally know not everyone is seen as equal. Being a part of the Workplace Program team, I hope to educate offices around campus about what it means to be fully sustainable."

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Maggie Carmody '24
Environmental Science Major; Statistics Minor

“Although I love to get outside with ESS, I’m super excited to be working in the office on the new Sustainable Workplace Operations Program! I think that there’s a lot of potential for positive change in staff and faculty spaces to help incorporate sustainable practices more holistically into Skidmore’s culture."