Kyle Greaves


Project Title: Mega-cosms: A Climate Manipulation Experiment in Green Lakes Valley, CO

Mentor: Samuel Yevak, Niwot Ridge LTER Limnology

Bio: Kyle has always had a passion for nature, which he aims to spend as much time as possible enjoying. He is an avid hiker and backpacker who enjoys nothing more than walking for miles surrounded by beautiful landscapes, spectacular views and inspiring wildlife. He has directed his career goals towards becoming a part of a new generation of scientists and leaders that work to preserve the natural world and find solutions for environmentally and socially sustainable urban development.

He is currently a student at Front Range Community College with plans to transfer to the Colorado School of Mines in the fall of 2021 to study civil and environmental engineering. 

It is his dream to use his education and collective experiences to travel the world and create new standards and building practices that coincide with a global vision for a more sustainable future.

View Kyle's elevator speech, poster, and oral presentation. 

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