School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502
Danielle Jordan is a current junior in the School of Sustainability and is pursuing a B.A. in Sustainability with a track in Policy and Governance in Sustainable Systems, a B.S.P in Urban Planning and a certificate in GIS. She is originally from Mesa, Arizona, and is involved in multiple SOS organizations. Aside from being an Ambassador for the School of Sustainability, she is also a part of the SOS Academy, Honor Society for Sustainability and Sustainabilibuddies. For the spring 2017 semester, Danielle is an undergraduate research fellowship in the Internship for Science-Practice Integration program at Decision Center for a Desert City working at The Nature Conservancy. In the future, Danielle hopes to continue on to graduate school with a focus on creating sustainable communities.
- School of Sustainability Ambassador, Junior, Mesa, Arizona
Jordan, D., M. Messerschmidt and C. DeMyers. 2017. Best Suited Low Impact Development Features for the City of Phoenix Landscape. Poster presented at the 2017 DCDC Poster Symposium, April 24, 2017, Tempe, AZ.