Geography Graduate Student Genie Bey Selected as Switzer Environmental Fellow

Geography graduate student Genie Bey was recently selected as a Switzer Environmental Fellow by the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation. The Switzer Environemental Fellowhip is awarded to graduate and doctoral students who have demonstrated a strong commitment to helping the environment. Genie has been focused on developing solutions to environmental problems since her time as a undergraduate at the University of Utah and is currently working on completing her MA in Geography at CSULB where she is researching climate change adaptation strategies and studying how green infrastructure can play a role in resilience planning. You can read more about Genie’s work on her Switzer Fellow webpage here