LeopoldAnnualReport08-09.doc - ANNUAL REPORT DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOREST BIOLOGY SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry(June 1

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ANNUAL REPORT DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOREST BIOLOGY SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (June 1, 2008 - May 31, 2009; i.e., Summer 2008, AY 2008-2009) NAME : Donald J. Leopold I. INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES 1. Regular Course Offerings Credit No. No. of Lab. Course No. Title Hrs. Students Sections SUMMER: EFB 327 Adirondack Flora 3.0 8 FALL: EFB 336 Dendrology I 3.0 201 6 EFB 495 Undergrad Exp./College Teach. 3.0 6 EFB 542 Freshwater Wetland Ecosystems 3.0 66 2. Non-Scheduled Course Offerings (e.g., 496, 899, 999) Credit No. Course No. Title Hrs. Students EFB 420 Internship 3.0 1 EFB 498 Research Problems 1 - 3 2 EFB 499 Honors Thesis/Project 1.0 1 EFB 899 Master’s Thesis Research 1 - 9. 5 EFB 999 Doctoral Thesis Research 1 - 9 8 3. Continuing Education and Extension (short courses, workshops, etc.) Lecture and lab on native plants for Naturally New York (September/October 2008) 4. Guest Lecture Activities Course No. Title No. of Lectures EFB 416 Intro/Environ. Interpretation 2 EFB 796-15 Building Your Professional Skills Toolkit 1 ESF 797 Graduate Seminar on Information Resources 1 II. STUDENT ADVISING A. Number of undergraduates for whom you are the student’s official advisor: 9 . B. Graduate Students: (Name, degree sought, starting date, month & year; if a degree was completed, please give date and full citation for the thesis or dissertation).
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MAJOR PROFESSOR 1. Landis, Catherine L. 2008. Initial riparian restoration along an urban stream gradient, Onondaga Creek, New York, M.S. Thesis, SUNY-ESF, 100 p. 2. Matt Buff, Ph.D., May 2001 3. Sara Scanga, Ph.D., January 2002 4. Matt Distler, Ph.D., August 2002 5. Kay Hajek, Ph.D., August 2003 6. Chuck Schirmer, M.S., August 2003 7. Brandon Murphy, M.S., January 2006 8. Tony Eallonardo, Ph.D., May 2006 9. Jess Riddle, M.S., August 2007 10. Joseph Gawronski-Salerno, Ph.D., August 2007 11. Patrick Raney, Ph.D., January 2008 12. Jaime Jones, M.S., August 2008 13. Molly Farrell, M.S., August 2008 14. Catherine Landis, Ph.D., January 2009 CO-MAJOR PROFESSOR 1. Alison Halpern, Ph.D., June 2000 (with J. Farrell) MEMBER, STEERING COMMITTEE (other than those listed above) 1. Jen Gillrich (EFB, M.S.) 2. Todd Ristau (EFB, Ph.D.) 3. Juan Carlos Alvarez Yepiz (EFB, Ph.D.) 6. Hongbin Gao (LA, M.L.A.) CHAIRMAN OR READER ON THESIS EXAMS, ETC. 1. Ayesha Prasad (EFB, Ph.D; reader) 2. Michael O’Briean (EFB, M.S., reader) 3. Junfeng Lu (FNRM, Ph.D. candidacy exam, chair) ADVISOR, UNDERGRAD HONORS PROGRAM 1. Kelly Brie Klingler III. RESEARCH COMPLETED OR UNDERWAY A. Departmental Research (unsupported, boot-legged; title - % time spent)
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B.1. Grant-supported Research (source, subject, amount - total award and current year, award period starting and ending dates; list graduate research assistants supported by each grant) – new grants in bold Honeywell, Restoration of inland salt marsh, marl fen, and select woody species: Short-term goals of the native species component of the SWRS demonstration plan; $421,976; April 2008 to August 2009; D.J. Leopold. National Science Foundation, Environmental science to promote sustainable urban, rural and indigenous communities; $1,605,000; March 2007 to February 2010; D.J. Leopold, R. Beal, C.M. Spuches, and D.J. Raynal; nine ESF graduate students supported each year.
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