Spring 2018 Dale L. Travis LectureBig Fish in the Balance: Research and Conservation in a Changing Environment
March 21, 2018 7:30 pm, Gateway Center at ESF
Dr. John FarrellProfessor of Environmental and Forest Biology
Join us for a lecture by Dr. John Farrell about how the establishment of a biological field station on an island in the St. Lawrence River helps meet the complex challenges presented by environmental change and resource management.
Dr. Farrell is a professor of aquatic and fisheries science and director of College of Environmental Science and Forestry's Thousand Islands Biological Station. He has been engaged in aquatic research on the St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes for nearly 30 years. Dr. Farrell has mentored more than 30 graduate students and numerous undergraduates. He has published and lectured extensively on fisheries, wetlands and aquatic ecology. After the lecture, Dr. Farrell will be presented with the ESF Exemplary Researcher Award.
The event was sponsored by the Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series at SUNY ESF.
Dale L. Travis
Ten years after graduating from ESF (Wood Products Engineering '59), Dale Travis was transferred to New York City by U.S. Plywood. Shortly thereafter, Dale founded his own business, Dale Travis Associates Inc. (DTA) to produce fine architectural signage. DTA works with some of the most prominent architects and graphic designers in the world. Its exterior and interior signs distinguish corporate buildings and museums across the country. Recent museum projects include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, the Rose Center (Hayden Planetarium), and the Morgan Library & Museum. DTA were privileged to carve the cornerstones for 1 World Trade Center and 4 World Trade Center. DTA are a member of the Society of Environmental Graphic Designers. The Dale L. Travis Lecture Series is intended to inform the public about the incredible research going on at ESF in many different fields of study.