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In 2017, Carli Fraccarolli ’18, Jessica Biggott ’20, and Katheryn Cooke ’20 came together to found Epsilon Eta, Cornell’s premier professional sustainability fraternity. With members in twenty-four majors across all seven of Cornell’s colleges, Epsilon Eta aims to bring together students of all backgrounds who share a passion for building a more sustainable world. With a strong focus on climate justice and inclusivity, the group encourages active community engagement. Members participate in events such as Cornell’s Into the Streets day of service and volunteer at the Ithaca ReUse Center. Eta Epsilon also encourages professional development, helping members to bond and network as soon-to-be professionals who will graduate from the University with a strong sense of responsibility for incorporating sustainability practices into their careers. In the words of founding member Faccarolli, “Bridging the gap between environmentalism and professionalism, membership in this fraternity will change how our members view themselves and their capabilities within the world around them."