Baccalaureate Adjunct Faculty
BS from George Mason University in Global Conservation Studies and her Master’s from Virginia Tech in Natural Resources
Brittany Grutter is an adjunct professor at Unity Environmental University. She received a BS from George Mason University in Global Conservation Studies and her Master’s from Virginia Tech in Natural Resources. Throughout her education real world experience was integrated via internships and jobs centered around environmental issues such as biodiversity, ecosystem health, and sustainable farming practices. She completed research at Virginia Tech utilizing drones for precision agriculture practices and remote sensing for floodplain restoration. Her graduate assistantship at the Catawba Sustainability Center focused on supporting projects brought forward by Virginia Tech researchers and focused on educating community members on sustainable agricultural practices. Brittany has worked for a federal land management agency, in the non-profit world, and is a business owner. She is very passionate about bringing everything to a local level especially surrounding food. Her background provides a transparent, reachable, and discussion focused interactive style that prioritizes student’s learning which relates class work to current world issues.