HEASC Fellows are volunteers who spend three to five hours each week working on high impact projects that meet the strategic goals of HEASC and advance sustainability across the higher education sector. View previous HEASC Fellow projects in the Campus Sustainability Hub.
Fellows are selected on an ongoing basis from the constituencies of HEASC member associations. If you are interested in becoming a HEASC Fellow, please submit an application.
Andrea L. Brock
Trained as an environmental archaeologist, Dr. Brock is passionate about incorporating sustainability and environmental teaching across diverse disciplines in higher education. A HEASC Fellow since 2017, she is currently researching and writing about pedagogies, assessments, and educational projects to foster sustainability change agents. She is also involved in efforts to improve civic engagement for democracy.
Laura Greenwood is instrumental in the identification and description of resources for the Sustainability Education and Economic Development initiative at the American Association of Community Colleges. She is also in charge of social media for this initiative. Additionally, Laura is a professional artist and photographer.
Kathleen’s breadth and depth of knowledge comes from over 15 years of experience working in campus sustainability; a diverse academic background ranging from science and humanities to the prestigious International Master’s Program in Practicing Management; and an extensive network of collaborators from the local to international levels. She provides consultation to HEASC and contributes to special projects wherever her skills are needed.
Thank you to our past fellows:
Nicholas J. Hennessy
Debra Kaye Holman
Andrea J. Trinklein