Campfire Sessions: Ep. 4
Advice to 2020 Environmental Science College Grads Entering the EHS Field
This episode features Brandon Barlow of Encamp and Linda Stalker Prokopy, PH.D., Professor of Natural Resources Social Science from Purdue University as they discuss how the current economic climate of early summer 2020 will change how recent environmental science grads will find their first job in the EHS space.
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"Campfire Sessions" is a Q&A webinar series that covers a wide variety of important Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) topics. CEOs, partners, and other environmental professionals answer questions designed to provide valuable insight to our audience and keep them informed on what is currently happening in the EHS industry as well as the outlook for the future.
Business Development Manager
Brandon currently work as a Business Development Manager at Encamp, the Environmental Compliance Platform. After years of experience in the EHS field as a consultant, Brandon brought his unique skillset to Encamp where he has become a trusted asset to the Revenue team.
Linda (Stalker) Prokopy, PH.D
Professor of Natural Resources Social Science
Linda is a Professor at Purdue University where her research, teaching and extension programs focus on how to get people (primarily farmers) to adopt environmentally friendly practices. Linda is also Co-Director of the Natural Resources and Environmental Science interdisciplinary undergraduate degree, Director of the Indiana Water Resources Research Center, and co-Editor-in-Chief of Society and Natural Resources.