School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502
Zoë Stein is a graduate research assistant at Decision Center for a Desert City. She is a recent 2016 graduate with her Bachelors degree from ASU's School of Sustainability. She is a member of the Honor Society for Sustainability. She was a research aide in the Transformational Water Solutions Research Lab and Decision Center for a Desert City where she'll conducted expert interviews and supported stakeholder engagements on water solutions; assisted with analyzing sources on transformational water sustainability solutions; and wrote and edited policy briefs on water solutions. Zoë enjoys improving her sustainable/vegan cooking skills, which is a hobby of hers, along with running and gardening. Zoë is originally from New York but currently resides in Tempe, AZ.
- MS Student, Sustainability, School of Sustainability
- BS, Sustainability, Arizona State University, 2016
Dzyuban, Y., M. Guardaro, R. J. Hobbins, J. L. Jones and Z. Stein. 2016. Healthy fire station complex. Poster presented at the Institute for Social Science Research Poster Competition, December 2016, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Chau, R., E. Flores, S. Hui, Z. Stein and H. Turrentine. 2015. Balancing the consequences of reclamation through conservation. Poster presented at the Joint effort between Arizona State University and City University of Hong Kong, Summer 2015,
Chau, R., E. Flores, S. Hui, Z. Stein and H. Turrentine. 2015. Reclamation rates exceed conservation rates, threatening Hong Kong's marine biodiversity. Poster presented at the Joint effort between Arizona State University and City University of Hong Kong, Summer 2015,