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The EAES Geography contingent at the 2014 Association of American Geographers Middle States Division conference, including Geography Bowl Championship Team members and their proud supporters. From left to right: Ryan Santo, Jason Darley (team member), Jeff Baker (team member), Dr. Gregory Pope (Geography program advisor), Mike Calvelli (team member and tournament high scorer), Lewis Windle (team member), Rachel Maynard (team member and presenter at the conference), Alex Caputi (team member), Claire Rolling, Dr. Pankaj Lal (Geography program advisor)

EAES Geography Students win Middle States AAG Geography Bowl

For the first time in 18 years of attendance at the Middle States Division/Association of America Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, Montclair State University students captured the championship at the Geography Bowl.

Superstorm Sandy two years later: The storm next time

Passaic River Institute Director, Dr. Meiyin Wu, recently released an article on NorthJersey.com

Fall 2014 Newsletter

Dispelling Obesity Myths Through Mathematical Modeling

Diana Thomas, mathematics professor and director of the Center for Quantitative Obesity Research, will be speaking about obesity myths at the Joint Mathematical Meetings in San Antonio, Texas

The Art of Making Science

Fostering creativity through science and art. A collaborative effort between CSAM and CART, and Montclair State and local middle schools.

Morning Dialogue on the Lower 8 Miles Passaic River Focused Feasibility Study

On June 2, 2014, Passaic River Institute (PRI) hosted a dialogue in response to the newly released cleanup plan issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Photo: Mike Peters

Toward a Sustainable New Jersey

PSEG Foundation awards $1 million grant to Montclair State's PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies

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