Student, New Mexico State University
Cheyenne Stice is a senior environmental science major at New Mexico State University. She is originally from a small Southwestern town in Colorado, called Cortez. She has always been interested in the outdoors and the environment from a young age. She loves to learn how things in our environment work together and the science behind it. Cheyenne is also interested in sustainability, natural resource management, soil and water chemistry, and environmental applications using new technologies. Personal interests include hiking, fishing, gardening, baking, and teaching young people about science and the environment. After graduating, Cheyenne would like to pursue graduate school for environmental engineering at New Mexico State University. She hopes to travel as much as possible and learn how other countries incorporate new technology and environmental science and engineering practices to their part of the world.