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The Environmental Conservation Organization (ECO)

Mission

The mission of the MSP Environmental Conservation Organization (ECO) is to bring attention to the climate crisis and its impact on the work of psychologists. The organization strives to spread awareness about the psychosocial impacts of climate change and collective mitigation through encouraging pro-environmental behaviors.

ECO was formed at MSP due to the link between mental health and environmental change. As future psychotherapists and psychologists, students found that it is important to spread awareness about environmental issues and their connection to us. The organization works to decrease the environmental footprint of MSP, create discussion and action around green initiative with MSP students, faculty, and staff, and provides training opportunities in line with APA Division 34.

Membership Requirements

Any current student, staff, or faculty member is welcome to join ECO! Reach out to any member of the Executive Board to share your interest and get the full schedule of meetings and events.

2023/24 Executive Board

Operations Coordinator – Grace Jovanovich (MA)
Secretary – Ellie Jeffrey (MA)
Treasurer – Erin Stockwell (PsyD 1)
Coordinator of On Campus Initiatives – Manda Harp (PsyD 2)
Coordinators of ECO Trainings – Jasmine Perin (PsyD 2) & Jeff Binder (PsyD 3)
Coordinator of Community Initiatives – Brittany Webb (PsyD 1)
Staff Advisor – Carrie Pyeatt, Director of Student Services
Faculty Advisor – Dr. Derrick Sebree, Jr.

Events

Check out all upcoming ECO events below!

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