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Kata Dósa is a graduate student in the Nelson Institute pursuing a Doctoral degree in Environment & Resources. Her project explores how students reason about carbon footprints. With students in Environmental Studies 126, Kata also is exploring how the carbon cycle with its various reservoirs and processes can be taught in a campus context in an approachable and understandable fashion.

She is very interested in all things relating to environmental education and sustainable behavior and to cool science stuff in general.

Kata completed her undergraduate and Master’s education at Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary, majoring in Environmental Science with a minor in Environmental Biology. In her Master’s thesis, she explored the impact of invasive species in dry ecosystems via statistical modeling.

Office: Room 115B Science Hall

Email: dosa@wisc.edu

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