Alluvian spoke with Dan Fagin, science journalism professor at New York University, New York Times best selling author, and pulitzer prize winning journalist of the book, Tom’s River about his work a science journalist, environmental contamination, and the importance and future of science communication.
Alluvian sat down with John Confer, scholar in residence at Ithaca College, to discuss his research on golden-winged warblers, the future of conservation, and the importance of student connections.
Alluvian sat down with Greg Lischke, Director of Energy Management of Sustainability at Ithaca College, to discuss the role of sustainability within higher education, society, and his own life.
Alluvian sat down Herb Engman, environmentalist, former Ithaca town supervisor, and president of the board of trustees of Green Springs Natural Cemetery to discuss natural burials, non profit environmental organizations, and where his passion for environmentalism sparked.
Alluvian editor Sydney O'Shaughnessy spoke with artist and professor Carla Stetson about her art, inspiration and process.
Alluvian sat down with Jason Hamilton, chair and professor of the environmental studies and sciences department at Ithaca College, to discuss his academic history and passions. His background is in chemistry, computational quantum mechanics and plant ecology. He has worked for Ithaca College since 2001 and is not sure what his future holds.