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Please note that selecting sessions of interest on the SCHED.ORG program does not register you for the event.

Advance Registration
closes October 20th at 5pm. 
On-site registration will be available starting on Friday, October 23 at 12:00pm in the lobby of the Humanities Building.

Morgan Shimabuku

Fossil Free CU, Responsible Endowment Fund
Morgan Shimabuku earned a BA in Geology and Environmental Studies from Whitman College in eastern Washington state. After graduation she felt academically satiated, but experientially starved, and so she pursued work and play as a raft guide, ski instructor and world traveler for several years. These years also gave her a glimpse into climate activism as she joined several 350.org demonstrations right around the time of the Do The Math Tour. Eventually, Morgan returned to school to pursue a Masters in Physical Geography from CU Boulder and graduated in 2013 after defending her thesis on snow hydrology in high elevation catchments. Since graduating she has worked for the Boulder nonprofit, Center for ReSource Conservation, where she manages water conservation programs. In her spare time she works with the student-led Fossil Free CU team in an effort to support divestment and climate justice in her own town.