Student researchers

Part of the SuCo2 group are undergraduate and graduate students supporting our research projects and our course offerings.

 

Julia Silver is a student assistant in the SusTelling project. She is studying Sustainability at Arizona State University. Julia’s main fields of interest are sustainability communication, sustainability education, and sustainable consumption. 


Judith Sievers is a student assistant in the SusTelling project. She is studying Environmental Science at Leuphana University. Judith’s main fields of interest are sustainability economics and sustainability communication.


Sonja Fischer is a student assistant in the SusTelling project. She is studying Sustainability Science at Leuphana University. Sonja’s main fields of interest are education for sustainability, human-nature connectedness, and action-value gaps.


Celine Ebeloe is a student assistant in the
ReZeitKon project. She is studying Sustainability Science at Leuphana University. Celine’s main fields of interest are personal approaches to sustainability, dealing with emotions and values, and the question how to engage people with sustainability problems without getting them in a defensive mode.



Alumni student researchers

Anna Schmidt was a student assistant in the
SusTelling project. She studied Environmental and Sustainability Sciences at Leuphana University. Anna’s main fields of interest are sustainable economics, sustainability communication, and agricultural studies.


Lukas Heck was a student assistant in the SusTelling project. He studied Environmental Sciences at Leuphana University. Lukas’ main fields of interest are ownerships, philosophy, and plural economics.


Esther Kohlhase was a student assistant supporting different research projects of the SuCo2 group. She studied the double degree Master program Global Sustainability Science. Esther’s main fields of interest are sustainable consumption, food security, and plant-based diets.