Sam Ressin


Sam Ressin is a first year undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh studying Economics-Statistics and Political Science. As an Eagle Scout, Sam cares deeply about preserving our natural resources for ourselves and future generations. He is active on campus as a member of the Green Fund, a student board that funds sustainable projects, and as a member of the Pitt Men's Glee Club. Sam is the President of the Climate Stewardship Society, a student organization that is working to bridging the divide on issues such as environmental stewardship and climate by appealing to the shared values of liberal and conservative students alike. He hopes to become an effective advocate for pollution-reduction policies with a focus on the economic reasons for doing so.


A conservative answer on climate change | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Sam Ressin and Bob Inglis

May 21, 2017