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Fall Fermented

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Crinkling leaves, crisp morning air, and craft beer—all the makings of a perfect visit to the PLV Campus. Learn on the go!

Need a breath of fresh air to clear your head? There are several opportunities coming up on the PLV Campus that will provide both a connection to and deeper understanding of our environment, and you’re invited. Grab a PSL and stop by a seminar on the fermentation process, sit in on a lecture about law and the environment, and take a walk along a hiking trail—all with Pace faculty to guide your way!

Friday, November 3

Bubbling, Burbling Landscapes of Ferment: Colloquium on Beer and Wine
3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m. | Environmental Classroom, PLV Campus
Join Colleen C. Myles, PhD, Assistant Professor at the Department of Geography at Texas State University, as she leads a seminar examining how fermentation drives socio-environmental transformation around the world. This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to attend this event. If you can't make it, be sure to tune in to the livestream!


Sunday, November 5

Hike in Rockefeller State Park
Contact for time | Rockefeller State Park Preserve
Elm Hall's Faculty-in-Residence and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and Science, Michael Finewood, will lead a hike in nearby Rockefeller State Park Preserve. If you'd like to join, please email mfinewood@pace.edu.


Monday, November 13

Lecture on Environmental Law
5:00 p.m. | Gerber Glass Moot Court Room, Elisabeth Haub School of Law
Katrina Fischer Kuh, Distinguished Professor at the School of Law, will be giving a lecture on the role courts have in our democracy. Our society is more environmentally conscious than ever before, and at the same time, we’re faced with environmental challenges unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. What does that mean for the future? Read more about this event.

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