Research & Fundraising supports the research and fundraising needs of our community partners by leveraging the human and material resources of the colleges. For more information, questions or requests please [email protected].
MEET OUR STUDENT TEAM
The Research and Fundraising Program Assistants work with CEC staff and community partners on identify and utilize Pitzer resources to help community partners on research and grant writing. They also help to connect the campus community and community partners to institutional resources and campus community members looking to get more involved.
ANNIE VOSS, PZ’26 | PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
Annie is an assistant for the Research and Funding pillar. She is also Student Director for Sugar Bush Foundation and a member of Garden Club. When she isn’t chasing the Pitzer chickens through the compost, you can probably catch her laying out on the mounds or working in her capacity as Alumni-Board Representative for Student Senate. She also enjoys making her own Monday night snackie with friends, and competing for the best hammock spot on campus.
NATHAN CHABIN, PZ’25 | NEUROSCIENCE AND SPANISH
Nathan believes that community-based research is a powerful tool that can be used to better society. There are many investigative tools that are effective in uncovering societal issues and can be used to encourage social reform. Through work with community partners, the Research and Fundraising pillar is dedicated to using research techniques to better our communities. Since joining this pillar, Nathan has learned about many community partners and ways to assist them in their respective projects. In his free time, Nathan loves to watch and play sports with his friends, learn about dinosaurs, and cook!