“Kathleen Stefanik, a Barrett Honors College Polytechnic student, found inspiration, invaluable mentorship, exposure and the opportunity to take her project further at the Clinton Global Initiative University held recently at Arizona State University.

Stefanik, an industrial and organizational psychology major, attended CGI U in late-March where she represented GAIA International (Growth Alternatives in Action), a non-profit organization which started as a class project by a group of ASU Polytechnic students that aims to improve crop yields in impoverished nations by augmenting soil with biochar…”

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