Cornell-Gladstone-Hanlon-Kaufmann Lecture on Environmental Education and Communication
Established in 2000 with the generous support of Dr. William Kaufmann and his wife Virginia '44, the Cornell-Gladstone-Hanlon-Kaufmann lectureship (named to honor family members) is an endowed fund within the College at Oneonta Foundation. The purpose of this lectureship is to bring to the College at Oneonta campus international leaders in environmental thought and education who will interact with students and faculty on campus, and who will present a free public lecture open to the members of the community.
Previous Cornell-Gladstone-Hanlon-Kaufmann lecturers have included Dr. Donald Kennedy (inaugural lecture, 2000), Sandra Postel (2001), Dr. William Cronon (2002), Mark Hertsgaard (2003), Christopher Stone (2004), Dr. Michael Rosenzweig (2005), Dr. Jennifer Turner (2006), Dr. Gene Likens (2007), Dr. Kristen Shrader-Frechette (2008), Panel discussion with Kai Robertson, Eric Holt Giménez, Tom Philpott, Jeff Moyer (2009), Dr. Anderw Light (2010), and John Barrie (2011), Dr. Eban Goldstein (2012).
You can read more about past speakers in the 10th Annual Cornell-Gladstone-Hanlon-Kaufmann Lecture booklet celebrating SUNY Oneonta's highest profile lecture series.
This year's speaker is John Cronin