Caroline Surman is the Project Assistant with the Center for Science and Society and the Making and Knowing Project. She assists in planning events and programming - fulfilling her love of organization. Caroline studied Anthropology with a minor in Environmental Science at Barnard College. Her research explored the ecological and social effects of New York City brownfield development for the Mayor's Office of Environmental Remediation and she completed her thesis on the role and goals of interfaith organizations in post-9/11 America. Internationally, Caroline has conducted ethnographic research across Denmark, Sweden, and Turkey. Previously, she worked for Bank Street School for Children and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.