Jennifer Mitchell, English and Communications. What types of writing are needed to communicate effectively about environmental issues? “Technical Writing”
Tony Molinero, Chemistry. How does a laboratory scientist explain and assess an environment’s safety or durability? “Introduction to Environmental Science”
Bill Romey, Biology. What distinctive ecosystems and species may be found in this region? “Adirondack Ecology and Natural History”
Stacy Rosenberg, Politics and coordinator of first-year Adirondack Environmental Studies program. What are the policies that got us into environmental difficulties and what are the policies that will help us to deal with them? “Global Climate Change,” “Natural Resource Policy,” “Introduction to Environmental Studies"
Michael Rygel, Geology. What patterns can computerized mapping of geographic data about humans and natural resources reveal to us for scientific and planning purposes? “Geographic Information Systems”
Mark Simon, Wilderness Education. How does one organize a group to encounter wild nature? “Outdoor Education”
Heather Sullivan-Catlin, Sociology. How do social structures, ideas, and behavior interact with our environment? “Environment and Society”