In their own words, they tell about their experiences at SUNY Brockport.
My name is Jessica Martin. I'm an Honors freshman here at Brockport and a member of the Green House Living and Learning Community. I'm from Buffalo, NY and attended City Honors School in Buffalo. I grew up traveling nationally and internationally, and have been exposed to the many natural wonders in America's National Parks system. I also travelled to Australia and New Zealand when I was 13 with the People to People Student Ambassador Program. I am interested in the natural sciences (environmental science and ecology) mainly because I was taught to appreciate these finite resources, and I seek to share these wonders with others around me while helping them understand that these things should never be taken for grantee. I would like to pursue a career in Conservation Biology or in the humanities to assist in population control and wildlife control. Therefore, I sought out this program to teach me these things and more so that I am prepared to teach others in the present and future about the imperative need to protect and maintain the planet's resources, while reaching and maintaining a decent quality of life for fellow humans in America and in struggling third world countries.
Hello, my name is Alisha Mong and I live in Webster, New York. I originally grew up in the state of Ohio and graduated from High School there with Honors. I am an only child, but have two cats that I consider to be like my siblings.
I am attending SUNY Brockport to major in Environmental Science, leaning towards the aquatic field of study. The reason I chose this field of study was to learn more about the environment, interact with the surrounding ecosystem, and help it out in any way I can.
Dr. Chris Norment has had his fourth book of creative nonfiction accepted for publication by the University of North Carolina Press. Tentatively entitled "In the Fullness of Time," the book interweaves memoir with an exploration of issues related to the evolution and conservation of rare and endangered species in the Death Valley region. The book will be published in 2014.
Dr. Joe Makarewicz' newest publication in the online Lake Scientist is entitled 'Research Summary: Lake Ontario Phosphorus Loading'. Available online here.
Tuesday, April 1st, 3:30 to 4:30 PM
Lennon Hall room 140
Identifying Karst and Manure Management Setbacks using LIDaR and Aerial Photography
Dr. Paul Richards
Associate Professor, Department of Earth Sciences
The College at Brockport - SUNY
Tuesday, April 15st, 3:30 to 4:30 PM
Seymour Union room 119
Lake Ontario in transition – Analysis of signals from algae to fish
Dr. Lars Rudstam
Director of the Cornell Biological Field Station and Professor of Fisheries and Aquatic Science,
Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University
Monday- Friday, 8am - 3pm
Secretary: Deb Dilker
Recyclemania is here!!
Feb 2 - March 28th
See a bin, drop it in!