Ian Adams is a M.S. student specializing in Environmental Social Sciences through the OSU Environment and Natural Resources Graduate Program. His research centers on the use of psychological principles to understand how human decision-making around resource consumption affects the environment. He holds a B.S. in Marketing from The Ohio State University. During his undergraduate career, Ian worked with the aluminum engineering company, Arconic, to create pro-environmental messages regarding the use of aluminum in automotive manufacturing. Additionally, he has explored public perception and adoption of using composted human waste in American agriculture.