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This edition: Water and CUNY

Episode Details

Original tape date: October 8, 2015.

First aired: October 25, 2015.

This month, Study With the Best looks at CUNY stories involving New York’s greatest natural resource: water. CUNY’s Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay aims to bring all the stakeholders of the bay together into one unified and protective voice. The Maritime Tech program at Kingsborough Community College teaches many of the captains and mates seen in New York’s boats. Steve Duncan, a graduate of Hunter College, delves into the sewers and underground water infrastructure under our feet. And Newton Creek, one of the country’s most polluted waterways, is slowly being improved upon with the help of a group out of LaGuardia Community College.

Guest List

Jose Baez Kingsborough Community College

Brett Branco Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay

Steve Duncan Hunter College

Willis Elkins Newtown Creek Alliance

Annesia Lamb CUNY Graduate Center

John Marra Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay

John Nappo Kingsborough Community College

Adam Parris Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay

Holly Porter-Morgan LaGuardia Community College

Bernice Rosenzweig CUNY Environmental Crossroads Initiative

Jovaan Whitton Kingsborough Community College

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