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Follow these steps:
Attend a Meeting
Prior to submitting your RFP, attend the Center’s monthly meeting to give a brief explanation of your proposal.
The Center meets the first Wednesday of every month. Email Sam Miller at email@example.com to be added to the agenda.
Find a Co-Sponsor
While attending this meeting, ask one of our directors to serve as a co-sponsor for your proposal. This person will help ensure your proposal fits the strategic plan of the Center and will act as your contact throughout the project.
Submit your RFP
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Wait for Approval/Next Steps
The Center’s team will discuss all RFP’s and will follow up with any questions and next steps.
ABOUT THE CENTER
To ensure a well-informed citizenry committed to the protection of the human and natural resources on which all communities depend.
Our mission is to provide teaching, training, and research that mobilizes the resources of Pace University to advance environmental knowledge, ecosystem protection, and smart decision-making in the New York Metropolitan and Hudson Valley regions, with a special emphasis on the just development of healthy and diverse communities.
We achieve this through:
1. Supporting applied research in conservation, sustainability, and environmental policy and justice in urban and suburban areas.
2. Providing experiential and place-based educational opportunities for students of all backgrounds, degrees, and academic levels.
3. Fostering collaboration with external partners through training and leadership.
The Center consists of both physical and intellectual resources. While the physical resources are currently concentrated on the Pleasantville campus, the intellectual resources are located on both campuses.
- Environmental laboratories at Pleasantville and NYC
- Environmental Classroom (seating for 30)
- Outdoor pavilion
- Organic gardens at Pleasantville and NYC
- 50-acre forest
- Various meadows, streams, and wetlands
- Choate Pond
- Stormwater Pond
- Pollinator gardens
- Interpretive nature trail
- Hiking trails
Faculty expertise in plant ecology, wildlife, ecosystems, water quality, climate change, environmental justice, environmental policy, sustainability, sustainable agriculture, geographic information systems (GIS), and statistics.
Connections to and collaborations with myriad environmental organizations throughout the Hudson Valley and NY metropolitan areas. These relationships can provide opportunities for course projects, research, community service, and internships.