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Svenja Wagner

Svenja Wagner

MS Student, Sustainability, School of Sustainability

skwagne1@asu.edu

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

Titles

  • MS Student, Sustainability, School of Sustainability

Biography

I am pursuing a MS in Sustainability because it allows me to combine my passion for natural resource management, teaching, and gaining a broader perspective of the world. My research project will be to analyze soil characteristics and integrate those into a predictive model that explains the relationship between soil, precipitation, and above-ground net primary production. ANPP is a broadly used indicator of ecosystem functioning and has a wide range of applications including natural resource management and range land management.

Teaching Assistant Experience

  • SOS 326 - Sustainable Ecosystems

Spoken Languages:
German (native/bi-lingual)

Education

  • General Science Certificate, Secondary Education, Rio Salado Community College, 2016
  • Biology Certificate, Secondary Education, Rio Salado Community College, 2016
  • BS, Conservation Ecology, New Mexico State University, 2014
  • Horticulture Technology Certificate, Central Piedmont Community College, 2012

Expertise

Teaching Excellence Award, Spring, Arizona State University, 2018

Jornada Graduate Research Fellowship, Jornado Basin Long-Term Ecological Research, New Mexico State University, 2018

Neely Foundation Food and Agriculture Sustainability Research Grant, Neely Foundation, 2018