Joelle Weiss

 

Joelle Weiss

Joelle is a junior majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Studio Arts. She is from a town named Collegeville, home of Ursinus College. In high school, she started to develop an up-cycling hobby as well as art-making through found objects. She is an avid hot sauce consumer and puzzle maker. She constantly tries to learn more from current research and absorb the most information from class. Joelle hopes to pursue a job in sustainable design and find her place in the world outside of Western culture. Throughout her diverse experiences, she was led to see the unfortunate wastefulness and need for better systems of recycling. Joelle is a Real Food Challenge Intern at Pitt, working toward a better food system on campus that truly nourishes its students. She is also a part of the Fair Food Cooperative, supporting the distribution and consumption of local, human, fair trade, and ecologically sound food. Joelle continues to push herself to be inspired and create meaningful work in all of her projects.

 

Joelle and her classmates will present a group project from HAA 940 at HAAARCH this year.

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  • HAAARCH!!! 2015
  • Undergraduate Work
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