Speakers Series

Common Issues, Unique Solutions: Rebuilding and Protecting Long Island's Natural Assets and Communities
Historically, Long Islanders have enjoyed a rich abundance of natural resources and habitats. Preservation and conservation of natural resources is vital to the long-term protection and future of Long Island. The Institute for Tourism and Hospitality Management at St. Joseph’s College Speakers Series will focus on the impact of social, demographic, economic and educational trends on Long Island and the importance of improving land use, planning and management after natural disasters.

Session I

Disaster Resistance and Resilience: Why Neighborhood Parks Matter
Featuring Andrew Mowen, Ph.D. and Ariane Rung, Ph.D.
March 12, 6:30 p.m.
McGann Conference Center

Session II

Disaster Revelations: Losses, Gains and Rebuilding Efforts for a New Future
Featuring Daniel Wolff, Ph.D.
April 10, 6:30 p.m.
McGann Conference Center

Mr. Wolff's documentary I'm Carolyn Parker will be screened before the talk at 3 p.m. in the McGann Conference Center.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
Liberal Arts Colloquium
4/21: Long Island. With Andrew Jacobs, Ph.D.
"Last Chance Romance"
4/25 - 5/10: Long Island. A comedy in two acts.
Pathways to Success Internship and Job Fair
5/1: Long Island. Sponsored by the Office of Career Development.
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