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Science Mondays at Brookdale

Brookdale’s Environmental Science and Biology Clubs partner with the Jersey Shore Sierra Club to discuss Environmental Issues.  Lectures take place monthly on the Brookdale Lincroft Campus.  Past speakers and topics include:

“The Impact of Declining Honeybee Populations and Adventures of an Amateur Beekeeper”
Robert Gant
Adjunct Professor and Instructional Assistant – Brookdale Community College

“The Critical Relationship between Migrating Red Knots and Horseshoe Crab Populations in the Delaware Bay and Raritan Watershed”
Tim Dillingham
Executive Director, American Littoral Society

“The Greening of the Arctic”
Dave Grant, Conservation Director, Shark Research Institute

“Yes You Can! Citizen Work to Improve the Environment”

“The Sustainable Energy Triad; Solar, Wind and Wave. Will New Jersey take the lead?”
Rick F. van Hemmen, PE

“Whales in NJ and NY Waters”
Paul Sieswerda
Executive Director, Gotham Whale

“Climate Change Solutions”
Dr. Jan Dash & Ms. Lynn Dash
Climate Change Lobby

“Digging for History at Sandy Hook”
Dr. Richard Veit
Professor of Anthropology, Monmouth University

Searching for the “Lighthouse Fort and the Refugee Town” on Sandy Hook, Public Archaeology at a Storied Historical Site
Dr. Richard Veit,
Professor of Anthropology and Chair of the Department of History and Anthropology, Monmouth University

Rescuing the River, “The Raritan”
A documentary by Eric Schultz, Narrated by Avery Brooks)
Moderated by Greg Remaud, NY/NJ Baykeeper

The Constitution and the Environment
Maya Van Rossum, Delaware Riverkeeper