Adelle Schubarg is an environmental research assistant in the Center for Public Engagement with Science, where she facilitates environmental and health science programs and research. She is a native of North Carolina and is a senior studying environmental science and mathematics at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is passionate about people and the outdoors and intends to pursue a career in environmental management/education, using data science in conjunction with environmental problem-solving to improve the wellbeing of individuals, communities, and businesses. I also hope to apply engineering concepts in conjunction with environmental-problem solving to accomplish the same goals. Schubarg graduated in May 2021 with a B.S. in Environmental Science and a minor in Mathematics. She is a 2021 SISE (Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy) Fellow.
Prior to joining CPES, Adelle worked as a horticulture assistant at the North Carolina Botanical Garden. Outside work, she enjoys being outdoors, traveling, gardening, and learning about new plants.
B.S. (in progress) Environmental Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2021