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Name: Eshenaur, Brian

Institution: Cornell University IPM Program

Description of Teaching:

I am a senior extension associate in Cornell’s Integrated Pest Management Program and I give a lecture based on a resource I developed in response to NYS’s banned and regulated plant legislation. The presentation illustrates species of native and non-invasive alternatives for the regulated species that were commonly included in landscape plantings.

Phone: 585 753 2561

Website: https://nysipm.cornell.edu/agriculture/ornamental-crops/greenhouse-resources/alternatives-ornamental-invasive-plants-sustainable-solution-new-york-state

NY Region: Finger Lakes

Course Type: Single lecture

Course Level: Introductory Undergraduate, Upper-level Undergraduate, Green Industry Professionals, Master Gardener and Gardening Public

Invasive Species Concepts Taught: Invasive Species Management

Last updated: February 27, 2019 at 7:44 am

Name: Corbin, Jeffrey

Institution: Union College

Description of Teaching:

I am a professor at Union College. I incorporate invasive species most directly into my upper-level Plant Ecology course (Bio324) for biology majors. There are significant components dealing with ecology and impacts.

Phone: 518-926-0374

Website: https://jeffcorbin.org/

NY Region: Capital-Mohawk

Course Type: Several lectures

Course Level: Introductory Undergraduate, Upper-level Undergraduate

Invasive Species Concepts Taught: Invasion Ecology, Invasive Species Management

Last updated: March 22, 2017 at 12:04 pm

Name: Auker, Linda

Institution: Saint Lawrence University

Description of Teaching:

I teach a special topics course called Invasive Species. It is a 200-level course geared toward Conservation Biology majors, but all students with a background in Biology are welcome. We discuss Charles Elton’s book, work through the Blackburnian pathway of invasion, and discuss ecological/economic impacts. I also teach one lecture on invasive species in the ecology unit of my General Biology lecture (Biol 101).

Phone: 315-229-5198

Website: https://www.stlawu.edu/people/linda-auker

NY Region: St. Lawrence/E. Lake Ontario

Course Type: Entire course, Single lecture

Course Level: Introductory Undergraduate, Upper-level Undergraduate

Invasive Species Concepts Taught: Invasion Theory, Invasion Ecology, Invasive Species Management

Last updated: February 27, 2019 at 7:43 am

Name: Antolos, Emma

Institution: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation

Description of Teaching:

I am the Invasive Species Education and Outreach Coordinator for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. I provide various invasive species presentations to the public and various stakeholder groups.

In 2018, I worked with a team from UAlbany, BOCES, iMapInvasives, NYS Education Department and others to develop a new invasive species curriculum aligned to the P12 New York State Science Learning Standards. We are currently promoting the curriculum by hosting workshops throughout New York State. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.dec.ny.gov/education/116542.html

Phone: 15184029432

Website: http://www.dec.ny.gov/

NY Region: Capital-Mohawk

Course Level: Informal education programs

Last updated: April 19, 2019 at 9:08 am