Nearly 3,000 students signed petitions calling Indiana University and Purdue University to become carbon neutral. We selected only twelve. Learn about one of those students below. Learn about the others too.
Reflection After First Week
"The Earth has music for those that listen."
How would you like to be introduced on stage?
Next up, we have Mallory Cullen speaking. She is from Lawrenceburg, IN and is studying Environmental Engineering at Purdue University. Mallory is a diligent worker, a caring family member, a trusted friend, and an advocate for the environment. Her hobbies include hiking, composting, and hosting a college radio show with her friends. She aspires to educate the public on the importance of environmental sustainability and advocates for a cleaner and healthier community.
Why did you decide to participate in CNI's Learn / Hustle / Grow summer program?
The most prominent reason I decided to participate in this program was to gain leadership experience. The ability to lead is priceless and I think improving my leadership skills will improve both my professional and personal life. The environmentally friendly goal of this organization was definitely a major bonus as well.
What might we accomplish together this summer?
I think the sky is the limit for this organization. We have a positive message and realistic means of achieving it. With the collaboration of a whole team we can generate ideas and modify them until they are perfect. I'm not sure what our project will be this summer but I believe as long as everyone can successfully collaborate and keeps an open mind we can accomplish anything we want.