Schedule of Events

FOR 692, Fall 2016

Date

Class

Assignments Due

 

(before registering for the class)

10 project ideas

Aug 30

Project Planning. Time accounting. Schedule.

 

Sept 1

3 Project Ideas

3 project ideas (with clients)

Sept 6

5-10-minute Background Presentations

Feedback for presenters

Sept 8

Bibliography

20-30 references

Sept 13

Examples of proposals

Sept 15

Up-Goer Presentations

Outline of your proposal

Sept 20

Annotated Bibliography

10 reviews of sources

Sept 22

Resume, Cover Letter, Interview

3 copies of resume, cover letter

Sept 27

No class

Draft Proposals due

Sept 29

Review Drafts of Proposals

Peer review

OctÖ

No classes(Proposals due on Oct 13)

Gain time for projects

Oct 18

Progress reports

Oct 20

Course Planning and Improvement

Anonymous feedback

Oct 25

Powerpoint Presentations

 

Oct 27

Skills: writing

Samples of your writing

Nov 1

 

 

Nov 3

Conflict Resolution Center?

 

Nov...

No classes

Gain time for projects

Nov 15

Progress reports

 

Nov 17

No class

 

Thanksgiving break

Nov 29

Mindfulness and Meditation

Draft Reports

Dec 1

Review draft final reports

Reviews

Dec 6

Final presentations:Sean and Ian

Feedback for presenters

Dec 8

Final presentations if not Dec 6

Feedback for presenters

Dec 16

Project Reports due

Final Reports

Grading scheme

The majority of your grade will be based on your projects:25% for oral presentations (5% for the Intro and 20% on the Final) and 40% for written reports or other products.The project proposals are 15% and the remaining 20% is for other assignments such as time and effort accounting, feedback for presenters, and preparing for skill sessions if needed.

Late assignments will be discounted at the rate of 10%/day.Assignments required for class participation will be worth 0% after the day we needed them.

Tuesday, August 30

Introductions

Ian:Second year FNRM, law, concentrated animal feeding operations and well water contamination.DEC legal staff.Exposure as an intern, and his family has a well that was contaminated by a project upslope.

Will:Second year FNRM, law, from Ithaca, worked in Boston this summer with a software company.Not sure what project of the 10 he proposed.

Sam:undergrad in FNRM, last semester in MPS, human dimensions, and governance.Create a framework for watershed associations to monitor invasive species spread from recreational boaters.This was related to his summer job at the Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith.Probably in the form of a handbook.Need to decide on the scope.(This is different from his 10 ideas before the summer).

Sean:Final year of both law and FNRM programs.Environmental and natural resources law.Home state is Alaska, but better to work with something closer.Internship with DEC, exposed to illegal mining operations in central NY, unknown to the state, and lack of enforcement.Project is to identify these, research the landowners, and provide this information to the DEC or an NGO.DEC doesnít have the resources

Matt:First semester MPS, has been managing a small dairy farm after graduating from Cornell in 2009.Interested in integrated resource management for farms.Bedded pack systems for nutrient capture are common in small scale dairies.He proposes an analysis of carbon sourcing for these systems, using case studies, one in Preble that he knows.

Schedule, Course Planning

Time Sheets

previous notes follow

Check out the collections in google drive and try one or improve on what we have.

 

Guidelines for Time Sheets

Time entries are in rows, with the most recent at the bottom.

Columns are for categories of tasks, grouped into more general categories.Examples include: communications, background reading, field work, writing the proposal.Overhead (not directly related to your project) would include class work like reviewing each otherís proposals or preparing your background presentation.

Show gridlines (if printed), freeze header panes, color optional (especially if printed).

The week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday.

Add a table with weekly project totals.

Time sheets will be due on Monday for the preceding week.

Schedule, Course Planning

Matt:Presentation and public speaking.Ian:elevator speech.

Will: Visual presentation, powerpoint

Sean:Negotiation and conflict management.We can always improve.Ruth suggests CRC.Sam had Sue Senecahís class on collaborative governance.

Ian:Stress relief or meditation.Hendrix Hall?Matt:Center for Nonviolent Communication?
Ian:Professional etiquette.

Thursday, Sept 1

3 Project Ideas

Will

A guide to state and federal laws that prevent individuals from installing solar panels, collecting rainwater and the like.Important to environmentalists and libertarians.Will worked for the Consumer Energy Alliance in DC last semester.How about the Federalist Society?

A historical biological map of Syracuse, like the one for Cayuga Lake.Chamber of Commerce?Onondaga Historical Society.The MOST.The Erie Canal Museum.The illustrations are key to the appeal of the map.

a crowd-sourced app for recreational opportunities.For example, a ton of places to swim in Ithaca.

Sean dropped Alaska, focused on local issues.

Grow Upstate or Syracuse Grows.

Lead-pipe infrastructure: NYS DEC.

Community development law clinic is a source of clients.Help to incorporate an alternative energy NGO.

Ian

CAFO, DEC will be the client, but the produce could be directed to the DEC, the farmers, or the NGO.DEC issues permits, what recourse does the well owner have? The GIS course requires making a map, this could be used as an illustration.Water protection organizations are not focused on private wells.DEC has an ďEnvironmental Benefit ProjectĒ, which provides incentives through the reduction of fines.

Sam

 

Searching for information (literature and other sources)

Tuesday, Sept 6:Introductory Presentations

Thursday, September 8: Bibliography

 

Where did you look, what search terms did you try, what worked and what didn't?

20-30 references (we don't expect that all will be useful).

 

Upload your bibliographies by class time, and also send them by email.Let me know if you have any questions!

Ian

JStore and Google Scholar, google, tried .gov.

Three angles:Government, CAFO operator, and water holder.

He found water rights organizations.

Story:Character background, story arc with problem and resolution.

Found another possible client:Clearwater, in case ESA doesnít work out.

What does Freshwater Research Institute do?

Sam

All peer-reviewed, from Moon Library, OneSearch

He discovered Zotero!He installed a google chrome extension, bibliography automatically formatted.

Citizen science, early detection of invasive species, case studies, background on invasive species, he even found a guide on developing citizen science projects.

Mendeley is another option, Paper Flight?

Sean

News sources (google).The Syrian Accountability Group uses google, any reputable sources, including humanitarian non-profits and governmental.In Syracuse, the Syracuse Media Group.Mayorís office.Good barometer for the interest in the topic.Interest goes back to 2010.

Central New York Water Authority, intergovernmental.

Next: case history, if citizens have sued the city or the water authority for negligence.

Lexus Nexus includes newspapers as well as peer-reviewed sources.Nothing specific to Syracuse.

Whatís unclear is whatís being done about it.(Really? Call the Department of Water)

Need a client.There was a report from the Environmental Working Group, contact them.If not, DEC General Counsel, which doesnít have anything addressing this issue.

Need to find an angle where these is a demand.

Will

Goal:Pamphlet on regulations that inhibit citizen actions to increase sustainability

Avoid fracking.Food independence could be a topic.

Searched using Google, regulations, individual rights, with other keywords: food, gardening, environment.What about scholarly work?Libertarian foundations publish in this area.

Client?Right-wing think tanks?For food security, could be local (Syracuse Grows).

Check in on Professional Development sessions

Sam: Meditation - maybe more than just the class

Ian: John Turbeville re professional ettiquette, is there something at the law school?

Sean:Conflict resolution

Will:Presentation on formatting and graphics.Try the ESF instructor who teaches public presentation skills.

Check in on timesheets.

Upload them and weíll talk about them when we meet next.

Tuesday, Sept 13:Whatís in a Proposal?

We looked at examples of proposals.

Title page: who is involved. Collaborators, client.Title!Name.Date.Afflilations.

Abstract Ė these are common when asking for federal funding

Background and Justification, Introduction, Facts, Rationale.May include definitions.Current need.

(order may depend on specifications provided by the granting agency)

Objectives, Goals, (how is this different from the product?Producing the product is the objective)

Approach, Methods, Experimental Plan

Illustrations:maps, diagrams, figures

Timetable

Deliverables, Products, Outcomes

Budget

Literature Cited, References

Bibliographic Sketch, Investigator Qualifications,

Project Updates

Sam will be at work with his client on Friday.

 

Ian is in communication with Jen Powell at DEC.Heís contacting Clearwater as a backup.

 

Sean also has an ongoing relationship with Powell at DEC.Lemir Teron seems like a candidate for a client (new ESF professor), or the clinic at the law school.A neighborhood organization could be the client.

 

Will had an epiphany yesterday: his fatherís business, Fall Creek Produce, could be his client.He picks up produce at the Regional Market in Syracuse and delivers to restaurants.He takes orders by voicemail, which takes him 1-2 hours.Willís product would be an on-line ordering system.Other possible projects are looking into registering his business as an LLC, researching grants or loans, and moving towards more local sourcing of his produce.What about fuel efficiency of his truck?Convincing them to move again?Business plan.

Thursday, Sept 15: Up-Goer Presentations

Ideas for Skill sessions

Sam emailed the Budhist chaplain at Hendrickís Chapel.Sheís not free at this time, but an ESF student.

Ian has contact information for John Turbeville.

Sean wrote to the Conflict Resolution

Will: start at Moon Library.

Proposal outlines

Sam:We liked it!Substantive enough to give feedback, fits on a page so we can see it all, uses outline format.Suggestion:Move the details of what you are going to do under the methods section, end the Intro with the big goal (producing the products).

Donít forget budget and timetable.

Ian:Title, References!Background has detail.See about getting the problem statement up front.What is the product?A plan or policy brief.

Sean:We can see the richness of the project.Still need to identify a client.Besides Lamir Tenor, a new professor of environmental justice, David Sonnenfeld is teaching a course on lead this semester.David Driesen.

Will made his more specific during the class time!A budget for the business could be a product (a business plan?).A budget for the project would be what Will needs to produce the products.

Tuesday, September 20: Annotated Bibliography

Annotated bibliographies

The references you cite might not be the ones where you found the information.Choose sources to cite with your audience in mind.

Sometimes itís worth annotating bad sources if it will help you remember why not to use them.

 

Ian: I reviewed my bibliography, breezed through 20-30 sourced and picked the 10 that seemed most relevant.3-4 sentence synopsis of what the article was about and how I expect to use it.Some of them I pasted in the abstract.One was a critique of published articles

Sean: Highlighted areas he needed to follow up.The earlier list was a lot of media sources, but here he is reading cited cases.There is much more information on lead paint than on lead pipes. Paul Driscoll, Department of Neighborhood and Business Development, Syracuse Land Bank, 2000 houses seized for delinquent taxes.They lost their federal funding for lead abatement about three years ago.The World Health Organization covers everything about water quality.

Will: found how-to materials on web sites etc, not clear what scholarship is relevant to the project.Suggestions:Economic impact of sourcing locally.Research on the experience of the consumer placing orders.History of placing orders, effects of modernization.Data protection and cyber security.Small businesses.Adoption of business plans.

Sam:Background on invasive species, early detection, citizen science in general and with invasive species in particular.Some will be helpful as how-to guides. There will be more than this on aquatic invasive species.Putting the program together will use information that the Finger Lakes Institute already has.It might be GIS-based, ARC provides the framework for the app.

 

Project updates

Will talked to his dad.Heís into it.

Ian:Itís coming along, annotated bibliography pushed me along.Sam just showed me how to update my timesheet on line.

Sam:Annotated bibliography helped.I have found several guides that will be extremely helpful.

Sean made contact with Sonnenfeld, Collins, Terone, and Dreisen, and set up meetings.

 

Timesheets

 

Software:

 

Ideas for Skill sessions

Sam: the Budhist chaplain at Hendrickís Chapel recommended Katherine Landis.

Ian: John Turbeville says the ettiquette event cost $1500 and they lost funding

Sean: Conflict Resolution, probably Oct 27

Will: start at Moon Library.

Sept 22, 29:Draft Proposals

Proposals will be distributed by: Sept 26

Reviewer Assignments

Primary:Ian reviews Will reviews Sean reviews Sam reviews Ian

Secondary: Ian reviews Sam reviews Sean reviews Will reviews Ian

Sept 22:Resume and Cover Letter

Cover letters

Tone:Samís has more personal connection.Ian uses a locational connection when possible (heís written 219 of these).

Closing:how much emotion

Line spacing: Ian uses 1.25

Paragraph breaks:

Some will be submitted on an internet portal (ignore these, they are expecting thousands of applicants).Some are an email attachment.Text in an email should be more brief than in a letter.

Header and footer.Ian has a uniform header that looks like letterhead.Some have the writers information at the top and others at the bottom.Follow the conventions unless you want people to notice that you are

Fonts:Times New Roman, Garamond,

Font size!

Length:If it fits on a page itís not too long?Is it important to avoid repetition of the resume?

Resume

Formatting: Ian uses a table in word.Sean puts a post-it on his screen.

What works?

Oct 18: Progress Reports

Sam:Not much to report, he has brief conversations when he goes in towork twice a week.He is putting together a list

Oct 20: Mid-Semester Feedback for Improvement

1.Below is a list of the topics and activities in the course so far.Please indicate which you found especially useful, which least useful.(Scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being most useful.)Give specific suggestions for improvement if you have any.

 

For example: 3, 5, 2, 4, 1, 2, 4, 5,(you each type one number, and we donít know who is who), and comments go after each heading

a.Assignments

Ten project ideas:

5, 4, 4, 5

Only concern would be to better detail what work-product is expected at the end of the semester to help students frame their project ideas

Strangely enough, I didnít pick a single one of my 10 ideas, but I suppose they helped point me in the right direction.I would suggest that the ideas are tested as potential proposals immediately, the focus of peer feedback should be a sounding board to see if the ideas are relevant for a project or not. The greatest difficulty is soliciting an actual working relationship with a real client. Maybe fictional clients would be okay for project purposes?

Good way of beginning to narrow things down in terms of final project ideas. But I agree with the earlier comment about detailing work-product more clearly before this is assigned. If students knew better what they could or need to submit, they would have better ideas for what is feasible for their 10 ideas.

More emphasis on identifying clients.5 realistic client ideas, start talking to them.

What about a fictional client?How valuable is a real client?Itís nice if the real product really gets used.There is some experience to be gained from having to negotiate with a client.The client can limit your ideas.Are there other opportunities to write term papers on any topic you choose?

Send a link to examples of 10 project ideas (pick the ones that have real clients)

Background presentations:††††† ††††††

1, 5, 5, 5

I love talking about myself

My presentation had a technology failure, i.e. computer crashed, but this is a fun and important component of this class, especially because the class is so small

Important for the individual as well as for the class as a whole - it gives everyone an idea of where your head's.

Three project ideas:†††††† ††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††

5, 5, 4, 5

Once again, I ended up selecting outside of my 3 project ideas. I feel as if we could have narrowed it down to three project ideas the same day as we presented the 10 project ideas. Maybe the class could help students whittle ideas down to 3 that are not only interesting but practical for this course

Good idea for continuing to narrow things down once everyone has had a chance to observe/critique your previous ten topics.

Bibliography (initial search):

2, 3, 3, 3

It is helpful to get started researching and I believe it is 100% useful and should be repeated, but Iím sure future students will be in similar positions as Sean, where they need to change their projects mid-way through the semester so I gave it a neutral 3

Research really canít start soon enough, nonetheless, specifying the quantity of resources (i.e. 25) is a bit arbitrary considering some research will be quite expansive and other times restricted to a limited amount of resources. Maybe a discussion of resources should be included as a component of the same presentation of 10 or 3 project ideas

Very helpful only if you have some semblance of what your final project is going to be based on. Can be slightly helpful if you havenít figured out your final project, in that the act of research will inform you whether your idea is solid or not.

For people who write first and then find relevant sources, this is not the most efficient.

Finding out early whether there is sufficient information.

Donít specify the number.At least 10Ö

Up-Goer Presentations:

1, 3, 3, 3

I enjoy the idea, but I donít believe it is necessary for the class. I think it is an interest exercise that should be continued, just not particularly useful.

This should have been done week one, or not at all. Perhaps it would be a useful way to perform personal introductions. I feel as though we spent a lot of time talking about Up-Goer presentations, when they entailed a very small component of the course, and were not especially useful in terms of research etc..

Interesting and potentially useful tool, depending on the person. Perhaps could be used as an in-class exercise.

Substitute an elevator pitch.

Annotated bibliography:

2, 4, 4, 4††††††††††††††††† †††

I always like annotated bibliographies, forces more consideration and examination of sources.

The annotated bibliography is really the time to shine, in terms of squaring away the project idea for the semester, nonetheless, once again the requisite number of references may have been a bit a arbitrary

I think this is another solid step for the progression towards solidifying yourÖ

Draft proposal:

3, 2, 1, 2

I am never a particular fan of submitting drafts for grades. But, of course, this is personal preference. ††††

I think the proposals should be due much earlier in the semester. At this point in my research and structuring of my project it was difficult to separate what will be eventually included in my final policy brief and what was introductory for the proposal. I think the proposal should be due at the end of September.

My draft proposal was hurried and largely incomplete, if we are going to submit drafts proposals for a grade, I would like much more time to work on it, at least 2 more weeks would have been preferred. It probably would have been best, to assign the draft proposal immediately after selecting topics. With a couple extra weeks, I think I still would have been able to catch on that my original proposal wasnít going anywhere and switched topics like I did.

I think there shouldnít be a grade for a draft, and that there should be more time to come up with the first draft and more time in between the draft review and the final proposal.

Reviews of draft proposals:

3, 1, 1, 2

Referring back to my previous comment, I prefer handing in the final product for review and criticism from individuals.

I felt as though reviews were rather artificial. There wasnít much time to review properly and students can only offer limited commentary and critiques

Parts of this review were good, but I take reviews from the grader much more seriously than from students, thusly making some of the student reviews variably useful.

Revised (final) proposal:

4, 5, 5, 5

Final proposals are an essential component of the class. I only wish I hadnít felt the need to switch topics!

b.Skill sessions

How to write a proposal (examples):

3, 2, 3

Neutral on it. I think it should be used again next year, but I received most insight on the proposal from the previous ones submitted by students, rather than the denser ones reviewed in class.

Good for structure and content guidance.

I would have liked a more concrete framework or other guidance on how to write a proposal. I think that simply looking at precedent proposals from other students and discussing what we like and donít like about them is only a preliminary phase in learning how to write a proposal.

This is our first time writing a proposal.Tailor it more to our needs.

Resume, Cover Letter, Interview:

1, 3, 3, 3

Though this will sound harsh, if individuals arenít able to draft an effective cover letter or resume by the time they are in graduate school I donít think a morning session will help them tremendously.

Iím always looking for tips on this, but it seems like there's so much variation in how resumes are reviewed, so it would be advantageous to focus on big picture issues related to

I thought this was a useful exercise Iím always looking to improve the appearance and content of my resume. Although, I suppose the topic seems a bit tangential to the course purpose

Even if we only make minor improvements, they are helpful.Little tips.

High on the list of professional development.

I changed mine as a result of this session.Likewise.

2.Future activites

a.Skill Sessions

Planned so far:

Mindfulness and Meditation

Reflective Listening (Conflict Resolution Center)

Powerpoint Presentations

Writing?

Suggestions or comments:††††† †††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††

b.Assignments

We will look over the calendar for the class.We have one week devoted to drafts of final reports and another for final presentations.In the past, we exchanged reviews of draft reports.The final report will be due on the day scheduled for the Final Exam for this class period.

Do you have suggestions to improve any of the following?

Draft Reports:

Draft reports will be due on Nov 29 (no class), discuss them on Dec 1.Everyone read all of them, you will be assigned as a formal reviewer of one of them.

Reviews of Draft Reports:††††††††††††††††††† ††††††

Only have Dr. Yanai review and critique. I appreciate and agree with the criticisms Sam and Sean provided me, but it is difficult to put 100% into an assignment that I know is going to be re-worked. Perhaps in the future donít alert students that it is a draft, just have the proposal due a certain day, review them and say go back for a week, re-work it, and then handed in a revised final proposal.

Final Presentations:10-15 minutes, we could do them all in one day or spread them over 2 days.Do them on Dec 6 unless Dec 8 is better.

Final Reports:

What about people not being synchronized in their efforts?The bibliography has to come after you know your topic, the draft report needs to be as soon as you can do itÖAn asynchronous model might be helpful.How valuable is it to have other people in the class?

Tuesday, Oct 25:Powerpoint Presentations

Christopher Baycura

 

Sam:We see Powerpoint presentations all day every day, can we spice it up?

Sean:to make the format more engaging or dynamic.Too often itís all words.

Ian: Presentations that are crisp and clean, a little more simple might be more engaging.And Iíve never explored the range of tools that PowerPoint provides, like having notes during the presentation.

Ruth:I found how to record narration, when I need to tighten timings, but I donít know how to see the total time.

Will:Iíve had to make more PowerPoint presentations this semester than ever.I stumble across features, each time I use it.

Powerpoint, Prezi, Keynote, all the same.An overwhelming number of choices.

Standard aspect ratio is now 16 by 10 (high def), it used to be 4x3 (analog), compatible with projectors and screen sizes.

Contrast.Drop shadow, use where possible.Fonts at least 24 point.40 or 36 for a title.

Gradient in the background is more interesting than flat.

Primary colors

Learn keyboard shortcuts.F5 goes into presentation mode.

Use consistent formats

Transitions:Dissolve, Fade.In slide sorter, Control-A (select all) and apply a transition.

Space bar to advance clides.

Control-D duplicate.Put your first slide last, so you donít accidentally go to anything else at the end.

Chris Nomuraís capstone class spent 5 weeks learning to make 3-minute TV shows on their research.

Safe area:Slide Master to preset things for all the slides.Delete the safe box later.

Use arrow keys for positioning.

Animate text, he manually highlights them; isnít that a built-in option?Maybe ďdimĒ

Three points per slide.

Taking logos from the internet will be low resolution.Look for the tiff image, lots of pixels.The organization wants people to use the right logo, they will have it under ďmediaĒ or ďpress releaseĒ

Use sans serif fonts.

Copy what you see in print media.

Powerpoint tools.

Posters:Make the boxes first, then paste in the words.

Record Slide Show. ďLay outĒ (pause) in the transitions.You can publish this to the webóyou can watch one on how to make posters on our web site.esf.edu/its, or drop in to 8 Moon.

Finally, donít look at the screen while you are presenting!Look at the people in the room (and look at your monitor).

Thursday, Oct 27: Writing

Smith and Brown

 

Whatís better about Smith?Less repetitive.

Brown used only five sentences.Shorter can better.

Brown uses unnecessary words.Paragraphs are good. Each paragraph is one idea.

Writing style: Simple sentence structures are easier to understand.

We expect to find the subject and verb near the front of the sentence.

We diagrammed some sentences and corrected some examples of bad sentences.

 

Project updates

 

Nov 1: ?

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Nov 3:

Timesheets

Catherine Landis:Ruth will follow up

Conflict Resolution:Nov 11, 2 or 3 p.m., and how shall we spread the word?

Progress report:

Sam met briefly with Lisa Cleckner, his main client contact, just because he was at work and she was there.Are you getting enough feedback?No, I need to ask more questions.Next week will be a good time.I need to spend time clarifying my questions.The client needs to have input on important questions identified in the proposal.

Seanís client, Jennifer Powell, had surgery three weeks ago, so itís not easy to meet with her.She expects to be back to work within the month and they will be in touch.

Ian has the same client.They both worked for her last summer.(They had a windowless room with one computer.)Potential pitfalls?I canít find location information.I have a map but not the GIS data.I can get zoned agricultural land and sources of potable water.

Will has narrowed his project down to two parts, the web site and the LLC registration. He has been focusing on the LLC registration.The application will be submitted as part of the project.He will work on the web site over Thanksgiving break.Writing the analysis of the web site might come first.He hopes to test the web site with some clients before finishing it.

Client relationship?It helps to talk to his mom rather than his dadÖ

 

Nov 15: Progress Reports

Progress Reports

Ian spent 10 hours last week on the programming piece.He couldnít find parallel programs to model his on.Fines have to go to the state, to avoid an incentive for excessive fines.Environmental benefit projects are an alternative to paying fines; the CAFOs would contribute funds to a non-profit entity, which would address future incidents of well contamination.So finding likely non-profits turned out to be a task.

 

Sam:Conceptualizing the final report, will see his client on Friday.No major legwork.Next two weeks heaving on writing.To get the answers he needs will be easy once he gets the list together of the decisions they need to make.Which products and programs they are ready to make use of.The final product might be a plan, and it would be implemented next year.

 

Sean got back in contact with Jen, will show her this week what he is working on.Assessing all the actors involved in the cleanup of Onondaga Lake.City, towns, county, federal government, corporations, Onondaga Nation.Environmentalist groups.Mapping stakeholders and who has power.DEC policy doesnít always include groups like that, which is not politically viable.Better to make a policy that includes everything.

Sean is interested in working with Onondaga Nation.Talk to Jack Manno.

 

No Will.

 

Nov 17: Mindfulness and Meditation

Maybe!

 

 

Nov 29, Dec 1: Review Draft Final Reports

Send your draft final report to everyone on Nov 29.

Primary reviewers:Sam reviews Will reviews Sean reviews Ian reviews Sam

Upload a written review by class time on Dec 1.

Secondary reviewers are responsible for reading the report but not writing a review.

Secondary reviewers:Sam reviews Ian reviews Sean reviews Will reviews Sam.

Dec 6, 8:Final Presentations