Chelsea Cozad

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Real Food Challenge Project Intern

Chelsea is a second-year Sophomore at the University, majoring in Environmental Science on the Bioscience track. She believes that by living in ways that aren’t sustainable, humans are not only harming wildlife and disrupting ecosystems, but are also causing problems that affect our own health and wellbeing. Living sustainably is the best way to ensure a brighter future where both humans and wildlife can exist in harmony together.

Chelsea is the current Real Food Challenge Project Intern,which involves researching the food purchased by the University and assessing the environmental impact of that food. The end goal is to implement new dining policies featuring food choices that are local, ecological, humane, and fair.