News and Events
Earth Month 2018
See the full list of events at www.pace.edu/dyson/earth-month
Spring Invasive Species Removal
Partnering with the Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management, Pace students, staff and faculty will participate in an invasive species removal event. Contact Matthew Aiello-Lammens at email@example.com for more details.
Friday, April 13
Green Infrastructure for Backyard Sustainability
Assistant Professor Michael Finewood will be presenting at Teatown’s Backyard Sustainability Workshop, where local experts help the community use their backyards to live more sustainably. Dr. Finewood will discuss the role of green infrastructure in improving both the environment and our overall wellbeing.
Saturday, April 14
Environmental Internship Panel and Networking Session (NYC)
Representatives from the New York Botanical Garden, NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability, NYC Parks Department, Student Conservation Association, and more, will speak to students about open internships and the skills needed to land those positions. Following the panel will be a free lunch and informal networking session.
Friday, April 20
Westchester Walk for World Water
Participants from Pace and local Westchester high schools will walk a mile with buckets of water on their heads to simulate the trek that many women and girls around the world make each day to collect water.
Saturday, April 21
Mock Legislative Hearing
Undergraduate teams from multiple majors research and prepare testimony on an emerging environmental issue. This year, the mock hearing will address issues surrounding water.
Friday, April 27
Whale Watching Trip
This day-long trip involves a whale watching tour aboard the American Princess boat and a beach cleanup in the Fort Tilden area of the Rockaways. Onboard, students will practice research methods actively used by Gotham Whale, New York City's Whale Research and Advocacy Organization.
Friday, May 18
Questions about upcoming events? Contact Sam Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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