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Upstate Forever Interns, Members & Volunteers Advocate Summer 2007
Congratulations to Upstate Forever intern Colin Hagan, Furman University Class of 2007, who has been awarded a $36,000 Mentor Fellowship from the Compton Foundation.
Colin will spend the next year developing "A South Carolina Guide to Climate Change.
Way to go, Colin!
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Colin is a 2007 graduate of Furman University in Greenville, SC where he studied Political Science and English.
He has been on the SEN Steering Committee for 2 years and has enjoyed every minute of it.
Colin still lives in Greenville, SC where he serves as the South Carolina Global Warming Research Fellow with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and Upstate Forever.
In his spare time, he enjoys reading, hanging out with his K-9 friend, Franklin, and spending time outdoors.
Reagan Richmond (Boo-Boo)
Reagan is a Junior at The University of Tennessee, where she
has been very active with UT's student environmental organization,
Students Promoting Environmental Action in Knoxville(SPEAK) for the
past three years, and currently serves as Co-President.
She has worked
on numerous renewable energy initiatives on campus, and recently headed
a campaign for a responsible coal purchasing policy, against the
"We're here to oppose the coal ...
"We're here to oppose the coal plant," said Colin Hagan, spokesperson for the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy."We really feel like efficiency and renewable energy should be a No. 1 option to create new energy.We have the highest per capita energy use in the nation (in South Carolina)."Hagan said South Carolina has many alternative energy sources, including solar energy, offshore wind-fueled power and bio-energy. "Santee Cooper has not even begun to crack the surface of looking into efficiency and renewable energy," he said.
Upstate Forever Staff/Intern News
Meet Intern Colin Hagan
Far from his Texas home, Colin Hagan is currently an intern with Upstate Forever and the Saluda Reedy Watershed Consortium.
A member of the Furman University Class
of 2007, he
majors in Political Science and English.
Colin is the President of the Furman University Environmental Action Group and is active in biodiesel production on campus.
enjoys spending his
free time hiking and reading.
Colin Hagan of Tyler, Tex., and ...
Colin Hagan of Tyler, Tex., and Kartikeya Singh of Greenville, both of whom will graduate from Furman June 2, have received fellowships worth $36,000 each.
is double majoring in political science and English at Furman.A recipient of the Academic Excellence Award, he is president of the Environmental Action Group and a member of the university's Year of the Environment Committee.He is also a member of the Southern Energy Network Steering Committee and serves an intern with Upstate Forever.
GREENVILLE, S.C. â€" Two Furman University seniors have been awarded Mentor Fellowships from the Compton Foundation of California
that will allow them to pursue yearlong projects related to the environment following graduation.\n\n Colin Hagan
of Tyler, Tex., and Kartikeya Singh of Greenville, both of […] \n\n For full article: http://www.swampfox.ws/furman-students-compton-fellow-winners/ --------- * ABOUT SWAMP FOX * Swamp Fox
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