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SECIA Receives CURA and HECUA Interns to Support TCE Efforts

posted Sep 26, 2014, 11:26 AM by Como Tidbits   [ updated Sep 26, 2014, 11:37 AM ]
Posted in Comotion 2014.10 and Tidbits 9/10
Audrey Zimmerman will be joining SECIA from the Higher Education Consortium of Urban Affairs (HECUA). HECUA is a nonprofit that integrates art and education into urban issues by giving students an organization and platform from which they can begin social outreach. Audrey will be interning in communications, documenting the TCEducate lecture series and condensing environmental information for SECIA’s website.
Charlene Sundermann will also be joining SECIA from U of M’s Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA). CURA connects the resources of the University of Minnesota with the interests and needs of Minnesota's urban communities and the region. Charlene will be supporting and developing future TCE lecture series along with looking at available data of the General Mills site to compare methods of vapor intrusion investigations and cleanup technologies to similar TCE sites around the nation.