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  • John Steponick, M.S. Student, Disaster Science & Management

    M.S. Student, Disaster Science & Management
    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716

    Biography

    John Steponick is a second-year student in the Disaster Science and Management program pursuing his MS. He is a native of Cleveland, Ohio, and completed his undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University, earning his BS in Atmospheric Sciences with a minor in Environmental Science. John’s professional interests primarily fall in the realm of climate change adaptation and its intersections with public policy, community resilience, and long-term mitigation planning, and hopes to begin a related career after he graduates. Prior internships at the Ohio Department of Transportation, the Mote Marine Laboratory and George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication have provided him with much relevant experience, particularly related to risk communication and hazard mitigation, among other things. Currently, John serves as a Local Government Management Fellow for the City of Newark through the Institute for Public Administration. Away from his studies, John loves to play ice hockey, sing karaoke, and explore new places.

 

 

Newark, DE 19716<div class="ExternalClass24FCA2EB54F94CCDBB9C4F4811234733"><p>John Steponick is a second-year student in the Disaster Science and Management program pursuing his MS. He is a native of Cleveland, Ohio, and completed his undergraduate studies at The Ohio State University, earning his BS in Atmospheric Sciences with a minor in Environmental Science. John’s professional interests primarily fall in the realm of climate change adaptation and its intersections with public policy, community resilience, and long-term mitigation planning, and hopes to begin a related career after he graduates. Prior internships at the Ohio Department of Transportation, the Mote Marine Laboratory and George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication have provided him with much relevant experience, particularly related to risk communication and hazard mitigation, among other things. Currently, John serves as a Local Government Management Fellow for the City of Newark through the Institute for Public Administration. Away from his studies, John loves to play ice hockey, sing karaoke, and explore new places.<br></p></div>jstep@udel.edu/Documents%20Bios%20CVs/STEPONICK%202020.03%20CV.pdfSteponick, John<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/STEPONICK%20John.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />M.S. Student, Disaster Science & Management

 

 

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