Engineering, Science and Environmental Thought

Individuals of Interest:

  • Helen Bayly – Anti-nuclear war activist
    • Leader in the Women’s Club of RPI.
    • See:  Women's Club records
    • See: Local newspapers at Troy Public Library
  • Richard Bopp, Professor of Geology
    • See: Biography file
  • Chuck Boylen, Professor of Biology
  • John Carr, BS in Building Sciences and Masters in Urban and Environmental Studies
    • Employed by Troy Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (TRIP) for 18 months.
      • Leadership Roles:
        • Black Students Association President
        • Class Representative
        • Phalanx Member
        • RPI Trustee
      • Additional Information on Carr:
  • Herbert Clark, Professor of Chemistry at RPI
    • With the help of his student, Sam Markowitz, discovered nuclear fallout in Troy in 1953.
    • See: Biography file
    • See: Photograph file
    • See: Subject File - Nuclear Fallout
    • See: Local newspaper reports – see Troy Public Library
  • Joe Fama, BArch 1970, Executive Director of Troy Architecture Program
    • See: Biography File
  • Deborah Nazon, Assistant Provost for Institute Diversity, PhD in Ecological Economics
    • See: Rensselaer Digital Collections - Doctoral Dissertation “Brownfields Redevelopment and Competitive Advantage Theory: Urban Revitalization and Stakeholder Engagement in South Troy, NY"
    • See: Biography File
  • Dr. Paul B. Zuber, Professor of Urban and Environmental Studies

enviRenss, 1995 – 2007

Intersections: A Journal of Urban and Environmental Studies, 1974-1987

Fresh Water Update, 1989 - 1990

Rensselaer Fresh Water Institute at Lake George: Annual Report, 1973, 1987-1988

Environmental Conservation

Environmental Engineering

Hudson River re: dredging

Report of the Municipal Improvements Commission. Bureau of Parks, SCIT F129.T7 R47 1903

Evaluating Land Use Policies in Rensselaer County New York : Six Case Studies (faculty advisors, Frank DiCesare, et al.), HT 393 R2x E9

Rensselaer Digital Collections (RDC):

Darrin Fresh Water Institute (scientific reports, video, theses)

Thesis:

“An Investigation of the Water of the Hoosic River Basin : Considered from the Standpoint of its Availability for Sanitary and Technical Purposes, and as a Question of Interstate Pollution,” Evans, James R., 1905-4

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