Faculty and Staff

Faculty teaching in the Adirondack Semester provide an excellent understanding of different disciplinary approaches to the study of the Adirondacks.  
Depending on the Integrated Research Project, different faculty members contribute to the Adirondack Semester on a rotating basis.

Erik Backus               

  • EV 314-Integrated Research Project

 

Stephen Bird – Faculty Program Director

  • EV/SS 320-Social and Political Issues in the Adirondacks
  • EV 314-Integrated Research Project

 

Katherine Cleary

  • EV/BY 312-Adirondack Ecology and Environmental Science

 

Michelle Crimi

  • EV 316-Adirondack Environmental Science

 

Erin Draper

  • EV/EC 315-Adirondack Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

 

Matt Draper

  • EV/EC 315-Adirondack Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

 

Andrea Ferro

  • EV 314-Adirondack Integrated Research Project

 

Alex French

  • EV314-Adirondack Integrated Research

 

Bethany Garretson

  • EV 322-Adirondack Park: A Sense of Place

 

Martin Heintzelman

  • EV/EC 315-Adirondack Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

Tom Langen

  • EV/BY 312-Adirondack Ecology and Environmental Science
  • EV 314-Adirondack Integrated Research

 

Jeanna Matthews

  • EV314-Integrated Research Project

 

William Olsen

  • CE 301-ADK Geographical Information Systems

 

Christopher Robinson

  • EV/SS 320-Social and Political Issues in the Adirondacks

 

Shane Rogers

  • EV 314-Adirondack Integrated Research Project

 

Alan Rossner

  • EV 316-Adirondack Environmental Science
  • EV 314-Adirondack Integrated Research Project

 

Annegret Staiger

  • EV/SS 320-Social and Political Issues in the Adirondacks

 

Michael Twiss

  • EV/BY 312-Adirondack Ecology and Environmental Science
  • EV 314-Adirondack Integrated Research Project

 

William Vitek

  • EV 322-Adirondack Park: A Sense of Place
  • EV 322-Adirondack Outdoor Recreation