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Anne Stork

Assistant Professor, Enviromental Studies and Sciences

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND SCIENCE

Phone: 607-274-3575

Email: astork@ithaca.edu

Office: Rothschild Place 119, Ithaca, NY 14850

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Recent Grant

  • Humanities and Sciences Awards Experiential Learning Curriculum Enhancement Grant.  This grant is awarded to enhance courses. 

    Course: Environmental Science II    Research/Service Learning Models
    Goal: to develop a new course, Environmental Science II: Science and Technology, that will be part of the Core Curriculum of the Environmental Studies Program. This course will incorporate experiential learning content through a sustainability pilot project laboratory module (lasting four weeks) and a hands-on service learning assignment to be integrated with course content. I will enhance the laboratory module (used in a previous course) to insure that students make stronger connections between their individual projects and course content. I will devise the service learning assignment, which will last throughout the semester, to help students recognize how knowledge learned in the classroom can be applied to solve real world issues; I will require students to develop a contract with the host organization and to develop a project that incorporates mutual benefits and reflection on learning to meet this outcome.

Friday 9-10 am or 11-noon, but
make an appointment through e-mail
or see me after lecture.

Courses

RESEARCH, INDEPENDENT STUDY AND INTERNSHIPS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE IS ALWAYS AN OPTION.

Fall 2016:

  • Communicating Biology - BIOL 20700
  • Environmental Sentinels - ENVS 12000

Spring 2017:

  • Fundamentals of Biology II lab - BIOL 12000

Others Previously taught:

  • Biology Seminar
  • Conservation Biology 
  • Environmental Science lecture and labs
  • Environmental Science and Technology Lecture and Labs
  • Environmental Biology
  • Examining the World through Evolutionary Biology
  • Fundamentals of Biology labs
  • General Ecology lab
  • Literature in Biology
  • Principles of Biology lab 

Description of Courses

The catalog is available here.