Celebrating the Living Classroom:
Research, Education and Collaboration in the Hudson-Mohawk Watersheds

12th Annual Conference |
November 6-7, 2015 | Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

This year’s theme explores the Hudson and Mohawk River Basin as a vibrant venue for research and teaching. The conference planning committee is soliciting abstracts for short conference presentations that highlight how the Hudson and Mohawk rivers and their tributaries have been or can be incorporated in learning, teaching and research.

Planning Committee
Daniel Farkas, Professor, Information Technology, Pace University
Elyse Fuller, Associate Professor, Science Department, SUNY Rockland Community College
Andrew Gascho Landis, Assistant Professor, SUNY Cobleskill
Lucy Johnson, Professor Emerita, Anthropology, Vassar College
Donna Kowal, Program Coord., Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and the Environmental Consortium, Pace University
John Kowal, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Academic Dean, Maria College
Michelle Land, Director, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and the Environmental Consoritum, Pace University
Kytt MacManus, Geographic Information Specialist, CIESIN, Earth Institute at Columbia University
Madeline Micceri Mignone, Associate Professor of Biology, Coordinator, Science Department and Biology Program, Dominican College
Larry O'Connell, Adjunct Professor of Economics, The New School
Ryan Palmer, Director, Center for the Urban River at Beczak, Sarah Lawrence College
Vassar College    Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies