Teaching

COLLEGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Colgate University
Lecturer, University Studies (Fall 2016 – Fall 2017)
CORE 119SP: Environmental Activism, Science and the Arts

lecturer in a college classroom
Teaching Core 119SP at Colgate, Fall 2017 (Photo: Mark DiOrio)

Cornell University
Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Natural Resources (Fall 2010 – Spring 2016)
– NTRES 4990 – Undergraduate Research
– NTRES 3320 – Introduction to Ethics and the Environment
– NTRES 3250 – Forest Management and Maple Syrup Production
– NTRES 3200 – Natural Resource Planning and Management
– NTRES 2201 – Society and Natural Resources

EXPERIENCE IN YOUTH AND ADULT EXTENSION EDUCATION

Graduate Program Assistant – Urban Environment. Cornell University Cooperative Extension – New York City (Manhattan/Brooklyn/Queens). Summer 2010.

Photo of me (second from right) working with students from the New York Harbor School to run a Scavenger Hunt on Governor’s Island in Summer 2010 (photo by Alex Kudryavstev)

Natural Resources Community Educator. Cornell University Cooperative Extension – Onondaga County (Syracuse, NY). 2008 – 2009.

building a homemade rain barrel
At Cooperative Extension, I developed a method for building and installing inexpensive homemade rain barrels. I worked with youth from the Onondaga Earth Corps to install rain barrels at a residential “green infrastructure” demonstration site in the Near West Side neighborhood of Syracuse, NY

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