Anna Todd

I grew up in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, before attending the University of Colorado Boulder where I earned an International Bachelor of Arts degree in Geological Sciences (with additional coursework at the University of Wollongong, Australia) and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology.
I found CU Boulder to be a wonderful place to study geology.  Not only are you close to the Rocky Mountains, but you are also able to learn from some of the top researchers in the field.  Studying in the Geological Sciences Department gave me the opportunity to directly engage with distinguished faculty and provided me with a supportive, tight-knit community.  This department allowed me to explore my interests in paleoclimatology and geochemistry by working as a Laboratory Research Assistant, completing field research, and writing an honors thesis.  These experiences helped me to strengthen my analytical skills and to gain an understanding of how disciplined scientific research is done.  
My course work in geology and anthropology helped to inspire an interest in environmental law.  I am currently pursuing a JD at Harvard Law School and plan to combine my foundational learnings in geology with advanced legal principles to pursue a career in environmental transactional law.