Hannah Remmert  


About Me: I’m a senior Professional Writing major with an Environmental Science co-major and a Political Science minor.

Hometown: Champaign, IL

Future career and/or life aspiration: Moving out west, living in a tiny self-sustaining cabin in the woods, and practicing Environmental Law. And maybe writing hiking books on the side.

Things I Love: Reading, backpacking, The Doors, coffee, succulents, traveling, ice cream, and pinecones.

Favorite Quotes: “Go into the world and do well. But more importantly, go into the world and do good.” -Minor Myers

“To life, she refuses nothing.” -Helene Cixous

Sam Jerow

Business Manager

Area of Study; Year: Economics; Junior

Tali Hunt


Area of Study; Year: Journalism and Sustainability; Senior

Hometown: Brookville, IN

Future career and/or life aspiration: Freelance environmental and travel (photo) journalist!

About Me: I am an intern in Miami’s News and Communications Office and an equipment checkout clerk in Williams Hall. I enjoy reading, writing, rock climbing, hiking, zip lining, finding new music and laying in my hammock on sunny summer days.

Arcadia Davies


Area of Study; Year: Individualized Studies; Sophomore

Hometown: Columbus, Ohio

Future career and/or life aspiration: I want to do ocean conserv
ation work and travel, then eventually start my own business.

Other Campus Involvement: I am an employee for the ACE program and the Vice President of Women in Social Entrepreneurship.

Three Random Facts: I play three instruments, I love exploring the outdoors/ traveling, and I want to become fluent in sign language.

Olivia Bauer


Area of Study; Year: Biology and Environmental Science; Junior

Hometown: Frankfort, Illinois
Favorite Quote: “Happiness is letting go of what you think your life is supposed to look like and celebrating it for everything that it is” -Mandy Hale

Alison Treen


Area of Study; Year: Professional Writing and Sustainability; Senior

Annie-Laurie Blair

AdvisorAnnie Blair

Annie Blair has been faculty advisor to Greenhawks Media since its inception in her Environmental Journalism class in 2009.
She is a senior clinical professor of journalism at Miami University and a freelance journalist.
Annie is an affiliate faculty member of Miami’s Institute for the Environment and Sustainability, and its Institute for Food.
She serves on the board of the Mill Creek Watershed Council.
Her idea of a great day is getting lost in the woods.

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