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Winter 2015
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The mission of the Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities is to harness higher education's intellectual and physical resources to advance regional, ecosystem-based environmental research, teaching, and learning with a special emphasis on the greater Hudson-Mohawk River Watershed.


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Nominations for The Great Work Award, in honor of Thomas Berry (Due May 18, 2015)




Save the Date: April 17, 2015, 10th Annual Student Summit


Consortium Scholarships: Applications Being Accepted

Member News & Regional Opportunities



Bard College C2C Fellows Sustainability Leadership Weekend Workshop (Current Students and Recent Graduates 


Ramapo College Professional Development: The Hudson River in the 19th Century and the Modernization of America 


SUNY ESF Summer Course in Newcomb: Environmental Philosophy & Writing

Judges Needed for Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF)

Employment and Student Opportunities at Mohonk Preserve    

Scholarship & Research

Environmental Consortium of Hudson Valley Colleges & Universities

See list of events below.

Visit the Consortium's online regional event calendar for latest listings. 

news1Consortium News


Call for Proposals for Annual Conference - Celebrating the Living Classroom: Research, Education and Collaboration in the Hudson-Mohawk Watersheds (Due May 15, 2015)

The 12th annual conference of the Environmental Consortium will explore 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. A special feature of the Conference will be workshops, tutorials and field trips of interest. 

We encourage interdisciplinary and joint faculty/student presentations. And welcome proposals from all disciplines, including, but not limited to:

  • The Arts and Humanities: History, Performing and Visual Arts, Philosophy, Literature
  • The Social Sciences: Anthropology, Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Geography, Urban Studies
  • The Natural Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences, Physics, Astronomy
  • Environmental Science and Studies
  • Business: Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Project Management, Business Economics, Non-Profit Management,
  • Technology: Software, Applications, Social Medianews2


Nominations for The Great Work Award, in honor of Thomas Berry (Due May 18, 2015)

The Great Work Award, in honor of Thomas Berry recognizes individuals in higher education whose work exemplifies Berry's admonition that colleges and universities should "reorient the human community toward a greater awareness that the human exists, survives, and becomes whole only within the single great community of the planet Earth." Furthermore, the Award aims to encourage teaching, scholarship, service, leadership and other educational activities that embody Berry's vision for the university to educate students about "how to move out of this alienation of the human into a more viable mode of presence to the natural world."


The award is named for and honors Thomas Berry, whose vision for the role of the university in a New Cosmology that celebrates the inherent interconnectedness of humans and nature, inspired the formation of the Environmental Consortium in 2004.


Nominees must demonstrate a dedication to teaching, scholarship, service, leadership or other educational activities that have resulted in significant achievement or impact while reflecting the essence of Thomas Berry's vision and philosophy. The nominee does not necessarily need to have directly referenced Thomas Berry, so long as his ethic is expressed.   news3



Environmental Consortium Welcomes New Members to Steering Committee

A multi-institutional, multi-disciplinary Steering Committee is responsible for providing strategic guidance for the Consortium's policies and programs.  It is comprised of the Consortium director, chair, vice-chair and 18 members, including one non-profit seat and two student seats. 


The following members were elected to serve a 3-year term on the Environmental Consortium's Steering Committee (asterisk indicates new members for 2015, the remaining were re-elected to continue):

  • Stuart L. Belli, Ph.D.*, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Vassar College
  • David T. Conover, Education Director, Hudson River Sloop Clearwater
  • John Cronin, Senior Fellow in Environmental Affairs, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, Pace University; Beacon Institute Fellow, Clarkson University
  • Larry O'Connell, Adjunct Professor of Economics, The New School
  • Ryan Palmer*, Director, Center for the Urban River at Beczak, Sarah Lawrence College  
  • Douglas A. Robinson, Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Mount Saint Mary College
  • Lucille Lewis Johnson, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, Vassar Collegenews4



10th Annual Student Summit: Friday, April 17, 2015 at Pace University New York City Campus

Students, save the date!  April 17, 2015 the Environmental Consortium's Student Summit will present successful case studies on campus sustainability projects, including regionally sourcing food; hydration stations and banning bottled water; transportation; and effectively communicating.  Details of the event will be announced.  The Student Summit is FREE and open to all higher education students in the region. Join us and learn more about how you can make a difference on your campus. If you are a student and not currently on our email list, subscribe to receive the latest developments, as well as other regional opportunities.news5




Consortium Scholarships: Applications Being Accepted

The two scholarships below are available exclusively to students of member institutions of the Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities.   

  • Environmental Scholarship for Undergraduate and Graduate Students Funded by Theodore Gordon Flyfishers
    Majors/fields of study may include, but are not limited to:
      Biology, Ecology, Law and Policy, Environmental Studies or Science, Conservation, Natural Resource Management, Hydrology, Zoology
    Award: $3,500
    Application deadline: April 1, 2015

    Theodore Gordon Flyfishers Founders Fund Scholarship is offered annually, in the name of the TGF founders, to a single recipient who has demonstrated excellence and outstanding dedication in an area of study that falls within an environmental field of a school or department.   Eligible students must be enrolled in a full-time program during the award year (2015-2016) at a member institution of the Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities.  Open to undergraduate students who will have Senior standing as of Fall 2015 and graduate students entering 1st or 2nd year as of Fall 2015.  Based on a 4.0 scale, the applicant shall demonstrate merit with a current 3.5 GPA in the environmental concentration courses and an overall minimum 3.0 GPA.

  • Pace Law Environmental Consortium Merit Scholarship
    $3,000-$10,000 towards tuition
    Application: Accepted on a rolling basis through April 2015.

    In support of the Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities' mission, Pace Law School is offering a "
    Merit Scholarship" award to a Fall 2015 entering student who is either currently enrolled in or has earned his or her bachelors or masters degree from one of the Consortium's member institutions and has demonstrated an interest in environmental issues affecting the Hudson-Mohawk River watershed.  Scholarship benefits consist of a merit scholarship ranging from $3,000 to $10,000 towards law school tuition, depending upon the student's qualifications and Pace's financial resources.  The award is renewable each year based on continued academic excellence.  Interested students should attach a half to one page statement to the Law School application of how he or she has been involved in Hudson-Mohawk River watershed environmental issues during their undergraduate work or why they have a particular interest in the environmental issues affecting the region. The scholarship recipient will be expected to complete at least one project related to a regional environmental issue(s) while at Pace Law School. 


opportunity1Member News & Regional Opportunities  


Bard College C2C Fellows Sustainability Leadership Weekend Workshop (Current Students and Recent Graduates)
C2C Fellows sustainability leadership training, weekend workshop in NYC, will take place March 27-29, 2015. C2C workshops are for current students and recent graduates who want high-impact careers that can change the future through NGO's and government, and in sustainable business. Join C2C to learn the leadership skills necessary to succeed: how to develop a vision; know what you're good at; tell your story; raise money; and build your network. The cost of the weekend trainings, including food is $30. Students must arrange their own housing in the NYC area. Graduates of our workshops are eligible for scholarships to become funded graduate students at Bard's Center for Environmental Policy, and Bard's new MBA in Sustainability Students aspiring to sustainability leadership in policy, politics and business should apply now to join student leaders from across the country. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and only 60 participants will be accepted into each workshop. opportunity2


Ramapo College Professional Development: The Hudson River in the 19th Century and the Modernization of America

A National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop for K-12 School Teachers
Location: Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ
Two Sessions: July 6 - 11 or July 13 - 18, 2015
Participants will receive a $1200 stipend and will spend one week exploring the Hudson River as an important site of American social and cultural activity in the nineteenth century. Faculty will include top scholars on the Hudson River's environmental and human history, and on literary and artistic treatments of the river, from Washington Irving to the famed Hudson River School painters. This week will include visits to significant sites along the river, including a boat journey through the Hudson Highlands, the site of many important artistic activities.  Details at



SUNY ESF Summer Course in Newcomb: Environmental Philosophy & Writing

Course: EFB 496 - Environmental Philosophy & Writing, 3CR
 August 2-14, 2015
Location: SUNY ESF Huntington Wildlife Forest 
Description: Students will learn about environmental philosophy through the study and practice of philosophical inquiry as storytelling.  Particular attention will be paid to the role that storytelling plays in our striving to understand fundamental philosophical questions.  These questions include whether the combined practice of immersion and commitment is the way to authentic being?  When we attempt to understand the world through reason rather than through intuition, do we enter into a state of sensual exile?  Is experience something we individually possess whose meaning we can claim first knowledge of, or is it an undergoing whose meaning is made in relationship with the world?



Judges Needed for Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF)

Over 450 students from high schools in Westchester and Putnam Counties will be showcasing their completed research in a poster style forum and competing for recognition and the opportunity to represent our region in the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.  Enthusiastic judges are needed as volunteers evaluating student research efforts.  The event will be held on Saturday, March 7th, 2015 at Sleepy Hollow High School in Sleepy Hollow, NY.  Judging criteria includes having at least some previous research experience at the graduate level.  For more information about the fair: and to sign up as a judge:




Employment and Student Opportunities at Mohonk Preserve

Mohonk Preserve is New York State's largest member and visitor supported nature preserve. Application details for all opportunities at:

  • Seasonal Environmental Educator - Part Time

Application Deadline: February 21, 2015
Mohonk Preserve, is seeking an environmental educator to fill the position of Seasonal Environmental Educator (10 month, P/T).  We have an exceptional Education department offering field studies and outreach programs for schools, summer camps, public programs, and interpretive exhibits.  We are seeking an educator who loves the outdoors and working with children, with excellent teaching, organizational and interpersonal skills. This part-time, ten month position reports directly to the Director of Education.  Mohonk Preserve is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Seasonal Facilities Assistant - Full Time

Application deadline February 27, 2015

Mohonk Preserve is seeking an energetic person with diverse maintenance skills to fill the position of Seasonal Facilities Assistant - FT. The primary responsibility for the Seasonal Facilities Assistant is to ensure the safe and well-maintained condition of the Preserve's Visitor Center and immediate grounds and trailheads, as well as other campus buildings, grounds and roads. Knowledge and experience with landscaping, janitorial, basic HVAC, electrical, mechanical, carpentry, and masonry skills or some combination of these skills required.

  • Scheuer Land Management Internship    

Application deadline March 15, 2015
The Scheuer Land Management Internship at Mohonk Preserve provides interns an opportunity to work directly within our Land Protection and Land Stewardship programs where they will assist staff and gain experience with General Land Management and Facility Maintenance; Preserve Property Line Inspection, Posting and Reporting; Specific Project Planning including Facilities and Trail Design; GPS/GIS Applications; Basic Ranger Training and Daily Preserve Patrols. The intern and his/her supervisor will design a specific land management project that the intern will complete that will include a final written deliverable (e.g. Report, Maps, Design Plan, etc.).  At the conclusion of the internship, the intern will also be required to make a short oral presentation using PowerPoint to summarize his/her work experience and their specific project. The internship is open to college juniors and seniors.

  • Schaefer Research Internship

Application deadline March 15, 2015

The Schaefer Research Internship at Mohonk Preserve's Daniel Smiley Research Center provides interns an opportunity to work with Preserve Conservation Science staff, world-class scientists, and land managers on forest condition survey and habitat analysis; invasive species management; recreational impact assessment; detailed data collection & management.  Interns will develop an individualized research project, complete a written report, and present their findings in an oral presentation at the end of the summer. The internship is open to college freshmen and sophomores. 



scholar1Scholarship & Research


Protecting the Environment Through Land Use Law: Standing Ground by Professor John Nolon 
Pace University Law School Professor John R. Nolon's
Protecting the Environment through Land Use Law: Standing Groundtakes a close look at the historical struggle local governments face balancing land development with natural resource conservation. This new book updates and expands on his four previous books, which established a comprehensive framework for understanding the many ways that local land use authority can be used to preserve natural resources and environmental functions at the community level.  All royalties from the book will go to the Pace Land Use Law Center to support its staff and students in preparing research reports for local government leaders. scholar2




Huyck Preserve and Biological Research Station: Fellowships, Grants, and Undergraduate Internships
The Huyck Preserve and Biological Research Station in Rensselaerville, NY (approximately 30 miles southwest of Albany, NY) is pleased to announce several research opportunities for summer 2015. Address inquiries about research opportunities at the Huyck Preserve to the Executive Director, Dawn O'Neal.

  • Our Research Fellowship, open to Ph.D. level researchers at all stages of their careers, offers a $10,000 fellowship plus residency (beginning early at May and ending in August) for researchers in any science discipline that can benefit from research station experience. The Fellow will conduct on-site independent research, act as the primary mentor for undergraduate students participating in the Preserve's Odum Internship in Field Ecology (mid-June through mid-August), and lead the Preserve's Thursday Lecture Series. Fellows are also encouraged to participate in one of the Preserve's many public outreach programs to share their research with the greater community. Preference will be given to individuals and projects with the potential to develop into long-term research actives at the Preserve. The application deadline for the 2015 Research Fellowship is Friday, March 13, 2015.

  • Huyck Research Grants are open to researchers at all stages of their careers.  Huyck Research Grants support work in basic and applied ecology, conservation biology, taxonomy, animal behavior, evolution, geology, land use history, and other areas of natural science. Typical grant awards are for $2000, but can be as much as $3500 for projects that involve extended residencies. Applications for the 2015 Huyck Research Grant program are due Friday, March 13, 2015.

  • Undergraduate students interested in the natural sciences are encouraged to apply to our Odum Internship in Field Ecology. This 8-week internship pairs students with the Preserve's Summer Research Fellow for original field-based research. Students typically engage in a small independent projects and are expected to collect and analyze data and to present their results at the Preserve's Annual Science Symposium. This is an unpaid internship though housing is provided. Applications for the 2014 Odum Internship are due Friday, March 13, 2015. scholar3
HRECOS Field Station at Marist College 

The Hudson River Environmental Conditions Observation System (HRECOS) was established in 2008 to provide geographically distributed, high frequency, real-time data for the Hudson River Estuary. HRECOS is currently managed by a consortium of partners from the government and research communities. HRECOS currently manages 21 water and weather monitoring stations on the Hudson River and associated waterways. One of these station is a pump station located on the Marist College campus in Poughkeepsie, New York. The station monitors a variety of chemical and physical characteristics including water temperature, elevation, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, acidity, specific conductance, and salinity. The station also includes a refrigerated automatic water sampler which can collect samples at regular intervals or in response to a remote trigger based on environmental conditions.  Anyone wishing to make use of these resources should contact HRECOS using the online form.



Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River at Beczak: Research Collaborations and Visiting Scientists Welcome

Set on the banks of the Hudson River in downtown Yonkers, the Center for the Urban River at Beczak (CURB) is an education and research center focused on Hudson River and urban watershed issues. The 4,000 sq ft facility includes a wet lab featuring an IDEXX system for testing water samples for bacteria, as well as various aquaria and field equipment.  CURB's nearby HRECOS station provides Hudson River water quality and weather data in real time. The property includes a 10,000 sq ft constructed tidal marsh and a beach that can used to launch small craft. We welcome proposals for joint research and collaborations of all types. To discuss potential opportunities or schedule a visit contact CURB Director, Ryan Palmer, at



Student Conference on Conservation Science - New York: Call for Presentations (Grad Students, Doctoral Fellows, and Early-Career Professionals)

The American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation and its partners invite graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and early-career professionals to take part in the fourth annual Student Conference on Conservation Science - New York (SCCS-NY). Interactions with established conservationists will encourage collaborations, inspire further research, and launch lasting associations. The application window for talk, speed talk, and poster presentations opens March 3, 2015 and closes April 4, 2015. A limited number of presentations will be accepted. Presenters must submit an abstract on a research project they have completed or are conducting in any conservation-related field within the natural sciences, social sciences, or humanities. Selection will be based on application quality and relevance to conservation. The hyperlink for online applications will become available on the SCCS-NY website ( on March 3, 2015.


event1Regional Events   


FEB - MAR -Bard College: National Climate Seminar


Call-in number: 1-712-432-3100; Code: 253385

The National Climate Seminar is a biweekly, lunchtime dial-in conversation that features climate scientists, political leaders, and policy analysts, each exploring the politics and science driving critical climate change decisions. 

  • Feb 18 - The Power Dialog (Organizing Call) 
    The Power Dialog supports college, graduate, and high school level classes in states across the country to meet with their Department of Environmental Conservation heads to discuss state implementation of the EPA's new Clean Power Plan. Under the EPA Plan, states are required to reduce global warming pollution from the electric power sector. The Power Dialog will occur in the Spring of 2016.  The Power Dialog is sponsored by The Bard Center for Environmental Policy, with the support of the US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development.
  • Mar 4 -Food Security
    David Battisti is The Tamaki Endowed Chair of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Washington. Battisti's research is focused on understanding the natural variability of the climate system. He is especially interested in understanding how the interactions between the ocean, atmosphere, land and sea ice lead to variability in climate on time scales from seasonal to decades.
  • Mar 18 - Ag Tech
    Rob LeClerc, CEO of Ag Funder, is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and founder of BabbleFlix. He has over 15 years of qualitative and quantitative experience as a scientist and engineer, and over four year of experience in global agriculture.

FEB 19 -Iona College: Environmental Justice and Communities of Faith: A Call to Action from African American Faith Leaders

Iona College, Romita Auditorium of Ryan Library, New Rochelle, NY

The Berry Forum at Iona College is honored to host religious environmental leader and GreenFaith Fellow Lawrence Jennings on behalf of "Our Voices" - a global inter-religious coalition working to bring the passion of people of faith to the urgent environmental deliberations underway around our world and especially in preparation for the United Nations Climate Treaty Talks in Paris 2015. Mr. Jennings is a member of Infinity Mennonite Church of Harlem, committed to his tradition's legacy of non-violence and creation care. He has written a powerful "open letter" to all people of faith, composed in the voice and values of African American spiritual leaders, summoning all of us to "sign on" and take up this Great Work of our time.

FEB 20-22 -
New York State Outdoor Education Association Winter Weekend

Taconic Outdoor Education Center, Cold Spring, New York

Beat the winter blues at this fun gathering of educators as we network and explore the outdoors in educational workshops. Join us for a day or the whole weekend!

FEB 27 -
Cary Institute: Our River on Drugs
Cary Institute, 2801 Sharon Tpk., Millbrook, NY

Emma Rosi-Marshall, a freshwater ecologist at the Cary Institute, will discuss her research on how pharmaceutical drugs and personal care products are polluting our nation's rivers and streams - with consequences for sensitive aquatic life and drinking water supplies. The event is free and open to the public.

FEB 28 - Yale University: New Directions in Environmental Law Conference

Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, CT

Convened against the backdrop of the People's Climate March, the U.S.-China Climate Change and Clean Energy Commitment, and the upcoming COP 21 negotiations in Paris, this year's conference, Harnessing Momentum, will discuss ways we can channel energy to make 21st Century environmental solutions a reality.

MAR 5-6 - Hunter College: Climate Injustice: Are There Solutions?
Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, 47-49 East 65th Street, New York, NY
Climate change finally has the attention of the American public, but mainly as a generalized warning. To sharpen the focus, the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College is convening a conference, Climate Injustice: Are There Solutions? Speakers will explore the costs of climate change, strategies to strengthen human security and forms of governmental action.


MAR 5 - Pace University: BioEthics Forum XXIII: The Great New York Power Shift

Pace University, Butcher Suite, Kessel Student Center, Pleasantville, NY

Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society will be hosting a discussion on important energy issues facing New York State. The panel, which will include Andrew Revkin (Pace University, The New York Times' Dot Earth blog), Karl Rabago (Pace Energy and Climate Center), and Mark Z. Jacobson (Stanford University, The Solutions Project), and other guests, will debate whether or not we can be liberated from carbon and just what solutions will make New York's energy more resilient, efficient, economical, and sustainable. The event, free and open to the public, will also be available live online.


MAR 19 - Marymount Manhattan College: Saving the Ocean with Carl Safina

Theresa Lang Theatre, Marymount Manhattan College, 221 E 71st St., New York, NY 10021

Carl Safina, acclaimed marine biologist and President of the Safina Center at Stony Brook University, will deliver the 2015 Barry Commoner Environmental Lecture at Marymount Manhattan College. His talk is entitled "Caught in the Same Net: The Ocean and Us." This event is free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served.


MAR 20 - Pace Law School: Reconceptualizing the Future of Environmental Law   
Pace Law School, 78 North Broadway, White Plains, NY

The Pace Environmental Law Review invites you to join environmental law professors, practitioners, and students for this crucial conversation on redefining the field of environmental law. The Symposium focuses on the continued expansion of environmental law into distinct areas of the law, requiring an increasingly multidisciplinary approach beyond that of traditional federal regulation. Free and open to the public.


MAR 27 - Cary Institute: For the Love of Rivers

Cary Institute Auditorium, 2801 Sharon Turnpike (Route 44), Millbrook, NY

Author and award-winning ecologist Kurt Fausch has spent his career exploring threats to stream and river life. His new book, For the Love of Rivers, reflects on the deep significance of freshwaters to humanity and their ultimate fate in our future. Fausch will discuss the underlying science connecting aquatic ecosystems to the forests and grasslands they traverse and the connections among the creatures that inhabit this living tapestry. He will also explore why rivers are essential to humans and what we can do to ensure their future.

MAR 27-29 -
Bard College: C2C Fellows Sustainability Leadership Workshop
Bard MBA Classroom, New York City, NY

C2C workshops are for current students and recent graduates who want high-impact careers that can change the future through NGO's and government, and in sustainable business. Join C2C to learn the leadership skills necessary to succeed: how to develop a vision; know what you're good at; tell your story; raise money; and build your network. The cost of the weekend trainings, including food is $30.
APR 16 - NYS DEC: Hudson River Summit

9:00am - 3:30pm

The Grandview,176 Rinaldi Boulevard, Poughkeepsie, NY

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's Hudson River Estuary Program will host a Hudson River Summit, co-sponsored by Historic Hudson River Towns.  The Hudson River Summit will focus on building successful collaborations to implement the 2015 - 2020 Hudson River Estuary Program Action Agenda, a conservation and restoration plan that guides the work of the Estuary Program and its partners. The Action Agenda defines the challenges we face and identifies desired conditions for the estuary and its watershed now and into the future. The Action Agenda charts a course to provide six key benefits: clean water; resilient communities; vital estuary ecosystem; estuary fish, wildlife, and habitats; natural scenery; and education, river access, recreation, and inspiration. Registration for the conference, which includes a continental breakfast and lunch, is $35. Student registration is $20. To register, visit the Historic Hudson River Towns website.



 APR 16-17 -Bard College: Asia/Environment Student Conference
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY,

With the support of the Henry Luce Foundation, Bard College is sponsoring an annual student research conference, providing a venue for students to present undergraduate, masters and PhD level research at the intersection of these critical issues. The conference seeks to shed critical light on how we all might live sustainably - or not - in a 2050 world with up to three billion more people, limited resources, a thickening blanket of carbon dioxide heating the planet, and a global economic development process increasingly defined by Asian models and leadership.



APR 17 - Annual Student Summit of the Environmental Consortium
Pace University, 1 Pace Plaza, New York, NY

This year's theme focuses on campus sustainability. See details above in "Consortium News".