|Monday 3/14/16 at 7 PM||Lecture by Neel M. Maher, PhD: at the Gilman Center for International Education Room 130
||"Think Globally, Act Locally" - How NASA's Apollo Program Launched the Environmental Movement.|
|Wednesday, 3/2 at 7:30
Rowley Center for Science and Engineering Room 010
|Dr. Warren Allman
The Human Footprint now on the Galapagos Islands.
What has happened to the Galápagos Islands?
See full description of event here:
Wed 3/16 2-3pm Thurs 3/17 11am-noon
|Please join us in the RCSE building at the CTL “Greening” Your Courses- How to Incorporate Sustainability Topics into Your Classroom||This session offers strategies for incorporating sustainability topics into your courses. Faculty from diverse disciplines will share methods they use in their courses to address environmental, social, and economic issues and to promote critical thinking. You will have the opportunity to brainstorm and begin to develop ways to do the same in your own courses.|
|Tuesday 4/12/16 at 7 PM, Middletown Campus, Orange Hall Gallery||LECTURE: Regional Invasive Species: Program, Regulations, Species, Actions||
Director of Land Stewardship
New York-New Jersey Trail ConferenceCoordinator, Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management
|THURSDAY April 21, 2015 from 10 AM - 2 PM.||2016 EARTH DAY
SAVE the DATE
|It's that time of year....... and EARTH DAY will be upon us!
This year we're celebrating Earth Day at the Middletown campus
More Green Events to come!
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