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Jen Mosher. Photo: Sherman Roberts.

Meet Jen Mosher: Post-Doctoral Associate

Jen Mosher was drawn to environmental science because she’s always enjoyed trying to figure out how things work. “It’s fascinating, and because we may never fully know everything, it’s never boring.”

She Likes a Good Puzzle

Tatnall School was among the first to visit our new education facility. Photo: Dave Arscott.

Students and Teachers See Stormwater Management in Action

As they helped plan the new education facilities, the education department kept in mind that sometimes the things most remembered are not what are spoken but what are lived.

Reducing Our Footprint and Other Ways We Live Our Mission

Rajiv Shah in Peru.

Chasing Dirtman Using Science and the Law

Rajiv Shah credits his time at the Center with laying the foundation for his desire to translate scientific knowledge into sound policy and legal decisions — a desire that now fuels his work as a lawyer in the New York State Attorney General’s office.

From Studying New York City’s Drinking-Water Supply to Protecting It

Kristine Lisi. Photo: Dave Arscott.

2012 a Successful Year

Kristine C. Lisi, Stroud Water Research Center’s development director, joined the Center’s staff in December 2011. With her leadership, 2012 was not only a successful year for development but also a record-breaking one!

We Couldn’t Have Done It Without You

Join us for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Feb. 27 & 28.

Save These Dates!

February promises two evenings of great films at the 6th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival, while March kicks off the 2013 Stroud Seminar Series.

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Planting streamside buffers can ease stormwater problems.

Sharing the Science

From concerns over pipeline permitting, to the benefits of streamside forests, to transforming research through new cyberinfrastructure strategies, the Center is sharing its science in both scientific and public forums.

In the News & Recent Presentations

Vol. 2013, Issue 1

February 2013

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