Printed on November 5, 2022
Giselle Malloy ‘23 (CAHNR) is a proud “tremendous senior.” Now in her fifth yr at UConn, she’s rounding out a strong undergraduate profession as a educating assistant, residential assistant, and hardworking researcher.
On her LinkedIn profile, she proudly proclaims herself as a “future hydrologist,” and it doesn’t take lengthy to select up on her infectious enthusiasm for water stewardship.
“Hopefully I can go into restoring clear water,” she says, specifying the Chicago River as one web site the place her work in hydrology may have a constructive affect. “That’s been a really polluted space that lots of people can’t drink, particularly within the city areas. That’s environmental injustice.”
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