I'm Ethan Letourneau, a senior from Minot, Maine majoring in Finance and Sustainability. When I'm not in class I'm usually on a mountain somewhere. I enjoy skiing in the winter and hiking year round. My favorite mountain to ski on the east coast is Sugarloaf, but Snowbird in Utah may be the best mountain I've ever shredded. So far I've hiked 13 of New Hampshire's 4,000 footers and I look forward continuing to hiking the White Mountains after I graduate. When I'm on campus not in the classroom, you can find me onstage performing with Sketched Out Comedy Troupe. I've always loved making people laugh, and this club has given me the oppurtunity to that since I was a freshman. When I came to UNH I didn't even know that Sustainability dual major existed. I heard about second semester sophomore year and thought it'd be a great edition to my finance major. My interest in Sustainability began the summer before I came to UNH when I spent the summer working on a wind farm. Being a part of building a wind farm really spurred my interest in renewable energy and how we need to shift our energy sources away from fossil fuels. The sustainability dual major has educated me on issues beyond renewable energy, and how our generation needs to be the ones to make a difference to make a more sustainable world. I would recommend the sustainability dual major to anyone, as the curriculum connects every major and is applicable to all.
Link to my SUST 401 reflection
Link to my SUST 501 refelction