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Nabatchi awarded 2017 Sharon M. Pickett Award by the Association for Conflict Resolution

October 10, 2017
The award recognizes contributions to environmental and public policy issues, and is being awarded to Tina Nabatchi, professor of public administration and international affairs, for her book "Collaborative Governance Regimes."

Sultana meets Pope Francis during Vatican workshop on water issues

March 22, 2017

Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography, examines a multitude of social issues related to access to clean water, including health, education, environmental justice and gender equality. Due to her decades-long research into water access, Sultana was invited to speak at The Human Right to Water workshop hosted by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City.

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CANCELED: Troubled Waters: Transboundary Watershed Protection in a Contested Metropolis

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David Sonnenfeld, Professor of Environmental Studies, SUNY ESF will speak about "Troubled Waters: Transboundary Watershed Protection in a Contested Metropolis", part of the PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies Speaker Series, sponsored by PARCC. For more information contact Roxanne Tupper at or at 315-443-2367. 

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