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Kaitlin E. Spiridellis

Undergraduate Student, Human and Organizational Development, Spanish, and Sustainability


Kaitlin Spiridellis is an undergraduate studying Human and Organizational Development, Spanish, and Sustainability. She has worked as a research assistant within the Drinking Water Justice Lab since Fall 2021, after working within sedimentology and climate change research the previous semester. She works within the Human Body Organ Systems project, aiding in the mapping of drinking water contaminants to their adverse biological impacts, in accordance with the EPA’s National Primary Drinking Water Regulations and other epistemological resources. Her long-term interests lie within sustainable development and renewable energy sources. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer, stand-up paddle boarding and listening to TedTalks.