School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
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Program Manager, Joint MS, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences - Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
BioAnjana joined the E-IPER team in April 2014. She manages all aspects of the Joint MS program, including leading the Capstone seminar, serving as the primary liaison for Joint MS students, and representing the program across and beyond Stanford’s campus.
Anjana builds on 15 years of diverse experience designing and implementing programs in education, environment, energy and social equity. She spent five years working within K-14 education, building career pathways and programs that supported several emerging business sectors, largely focused on creating opportunities for underserved and at-risk populations. At Skyline College, she partnered with community and business leaders to develop programs in energy systems, green transportation and environmental science and created the campus sustainability program. Prior to her service in education, Anjana spent 10 years developing sustainability business strategies and implementing environmental programs within General Motors and Abbott Laboratories, and as a consultant with Arcadis and Saatchi & Saatchi S.
Anjana’s work is collaborative and solutions focused, spanning a variety of areas including demand side energy management, industrial pollution prevention, product life cycle-focused sustainability strategies, climate change mitigation, product toxicity, environmental compliance, and social equity. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Purdue University and a Master of Science in Environmental Management from the Illinois Institute of Technology Stuart Graduate School of Business. Anjana enjoys being an active parent and avid traveler to friends, family and forests near and far.
Scott James Roycroft
Lab Assistant, Department of Earth System Science
Staff, Fendorf Program
BioScott was raised in Marin County with a love for hiking and mountain biking along the golden ridges and through the redwood forests of Mount Tamalpais. With a growing love for the outdoors and passion for the environment Scott came to Stanford as a member of the Men’s Rowing Team where he would compete and grow over the next four years. Outside of rowing, Scott found his immediate second home in the Earth Systems Program studying Land Systems. Under the tutelage of Stanford PHD candidate Dana Chadwick, Scott studied the nutrient concentrations of Amazonian soils that led to his research interest in biogeochemistry and soil science. Currently Scott is a member of Scott Fendorf’s lab studying the temporal and hydraulic controls of uranium mobility in surface soils. As a Head TA, he hopes to combine his scientific background with his love for teaching and group leadership to impassion and educate students about the earth. Looking forward Scott hopes to continue fostering appreciation for earth’s dynamics and its inhabitants and riding his bicycle over many mountains ahead.
Administrative Associate, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering
Current Role at StanfordWebsite management, communications and administrative support for the research groups in Energy Resources Engineering. Responsible for website development and management, event communications, and financial transactions for the Environmental Assessment & Optimization (EAO), Stanford Center for Carbon Storage (SCCS), Stanford Center for Reservoir Forecasting (SCRF), Smart Fields Consortium (SFC), and SUPRI-B Reservoir Simulation research groups.