Angie De Soto was nominated as a “Favorite Faculty” in a Housing and Residence Life program for on-campus students to honor faculty members for their hard work, contributions to academia, and dedication to student learning and success.

De Soto is director of the college’s Sustainability Institute, a two-week “boot camp” style training program offered to students from all majors that teaches them how to problem solve using a “sustainability lens” through case studies, skills-based training, workshops, and meeting with industry professionals.

The student who nominated De Soto said, “Angie made me see how everyone has something at stake when they make decisions and take actions. . . . It was great to see a young female leader not letting the world limit her imagination. . . . She inspires me to live unapologetically!”