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Rachael Rosenstein

Rachael Rosenstein

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502


Rachael Rosenstein is a Master’s of Sustainability Solutions student in the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. During her undergraduate career and through work experience, Rachael has developed a strong interest in focusing her graduate studies on sustainable international development, particularly throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. She is looking forward to further narrowing this interest during her time at ASU. Prior to attending this University, she interned with the National Council for Science and the Environment’s Center for Environmental Education Research. Her research included data collection, screening, coding, and analysis regarding interdisciplinary environmental, sustainability, and energy education degree programs’ learning outcomes and core competencies. Among other projects and internships, she has also conducted research with an undergraduate professor comparing the degree to which countries are at risk from climate change to their historical emissions. Rachael holds a BA degree in Environmental Studies with minors in Public Policy and Spanish from the University of Delaware.

Spoken Languages:
Spanish (intermediate/advanced)


  • MSUS, Sustainability Solutions, Arizona State University, 2017
  • BA, Environmental Studies (Public Policy and Spanish minors), University of Delaware, 2016


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