Kaitlyn Flick

Class of 2020: Kaitlyn Flick

May 11, 2020

Kaitlyn Flick, from Phoenix, Arizona, will graduate this year with high distinction,earning the highest GPA in the environmental product design major. Flick was drawn to the creative spirit that ENVD evokes from its students.

Mariah Hilton

Class of 2020: Mariah Hilton

May 11, 2020

Mariah Hilton, an architecture major and lighting design certificate recipient from Montrose, Colorado, loved the environmentally-conscious attitude that came as a priority from ENVD.

Elizabeth Stagnaro

Class of 2020: Elizabeth Stagnaro

May 11, 2020

Elizabeth Stagnaro, a sustainable planning and urban design major from Colorado Springs, plans to enjoy the outdoors while volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.

Mengxi Xu

Class of 2020: Mengxi Xu

May 11, 2020

Architecture major Mengxi Xu, from China, was inspired by the interesting and creative majors at ENVD.

Caitlin Berger

Class of 2020: Caitlin Berger

May 11, 2020

California native Caitlin Berger will graduate this spring with an emphasis on design studies and a lighting design certificate.

Ethan Miller

Class of 2020: Ethan Miller

May 11, 2020

Colorado native and architecture major Ethan Miller credits ENVD as a creative environment where he could really share his ideas.

Marcus Vazquez

Class of 2020: Marcus Vazquez

May 11, 2020

Architecture major and Colorado native Marcus Vazquez knew he wanted to make a difference in the world, and that he could do it through architecture.

Paige Lafferty

Class of 2020: Paige Lafferty

May 11, 2020

Paige Lafferty, an environmental product design major from Massachusetts, credits ENVD for allowing her to explore different areas of design before choosing a path she felt most confident with.

Dominic Large

Class of 2020: Dominic Large

May 11, 2020

Architecture major Dominic Large, from Fresno, California, plans to work for Interplay Lighting as a Rhino and Grasshopper designer.

Laurel Chappell

Class of 2020: Laurel Chappell

May 11, 2020

Architecture major and Colorado native Laurel Chappell was inspired by the intersection between science and art that ENVD offered.