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  • DeHart Botanical Gardens
    seen from the famous overlook The Gardens include wildflowers old growth hardwoods azalea rhododendron and wildlife as well as freshwater streams waterfalls geological formations and caves nature trails and the stone foundation of a pioneer home site The College uses the property as a living laboratory in its Environmental Science and other sustainability related programs As one of the oldest academic programs of its kind in the United States the College s Environmental Science program emphasizes experiential learning and provides students with state of the art training so they may approach environmental problems holistically The gift of the Gardens extends the College s footprint from the Blue Ridge Mountains to Smith Mountain Lake where the College has held the Smith Mountain Lake Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Program since 1987 Directions to the trailhead can be found at http www virginia org Listings OutdoorsAndSports DeHartBotanicalGardens Links to photos from the trail Fall 2012 with Allen DeHart A tour of the trail Photos by Kristin Waters May 2013 with Faculty Wildflowers Photos by Dr Bob Pohlad May 2014 with Master Naturalists and others Wildflowers Photos by Dr Bob Pohlad September 2014 with Field Botany Class at Ferrum College Photos by Dr Bob

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/natural_sciences_math/projects/dehart_botanical_gardens/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Glen Stevens
    by and introduce yourself Courses taught Various Biology and Environmental Science courses Publications GN Stevens and RJ Stuart In press The ecological complexities of biological control trophic cascades spatial heterogeneity and behavioral ecology Journal of Nematology GN Stevens EE Lewis and KO Spence Book chapter In press Root feeders in heterogeneous systems foraging responses and trophic interactions Pages 178 198 in Root feeders An ecosystem perspective CABI publishers 219 pages GN Stevens EE Lewis and HK Kaya 2008 Potential multitrophic influences of soil heterogeneity roots insect root herbivores and entomopathogenic nematodes Biopesticides International 3 81 95 GN Stevens DR Pierson K Nguyen and RH Jones 2007 The influence of root herbivores on plants varies with patch quality and plant community composition Plant and Soil 296 235 246 Research My research integrates my interests in the fields of restoration ecology sustainable energy and soil ecology Projects The majority of my current work is focused on the restoration of native grasses such as switchgrass and other native prairie grasses within Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay region These grasses are closely tied to societal interests in biomass energy water quality and restoration of soil fertility More Information School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/about_ferrum/administration/meet_our_faculty/glen_stevens.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Senior Seminar
    Carilion Franklin Memorial Hospital October 9 River Currents Conference Schedule TBA October 16 Fall Break No Seminar October 23 Mole Day Demonstrations October 30 Meg Short Virginia Outdoors Foundation November 6 Andra Thomas 92 Penn State Athletic Training Services November 13 Teddy Kasonga and Derrick Kalinda OMNI November 20 No Seminar November 27 Thanksgiving Break No Seminar December 4 NSM Practicum and Independent Research Students December 7 Monday à Friday

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/natural_sciences_math/SeniorSeminarSpeakerSchedule/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Natural Sciences and Mathematics Symposium
    2015 Symposium High Quality Abstracts Spring 2015 Symposium April 10 2015 Spring 2015 Symposium April 24 2015 Spring 2015 Symposium Posters Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information Related Pages Agricultural Sciences Biology Chemistry Environmental Planning and Development Environmental Science Faculty Forensic Science Health Sciences Natural Sciences and Math Internships

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/natural_sciences_math/symposium.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Titmus Agricultural Center
    gardens and greenhouses In addition faculty routinely take students to local state and regional farms botanical gardens nurseries and orchards to give them firsthand experience with current agricultural practices and issues in the field Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information Related Pages Agricultural Sciences Biology Chemistry Environmental Planning and

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/natural_sciences_math/titmus_ag_center.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Media & Communications
    Advertising Black White Photography Computer Graphics Digital Photography Internship Journalism Practicum Marketing Media Politics Media Issues Media Management News Feature Writing News Writing Editing Professional Writing Public Speaking Radio Practicum Rhetoric TV Programming Production Voice Diction Web Page Design back to top Clubs There are over 50 clubs and organizations available to students at Ferrum College The following are specifically related to Media and Communication Chrysalis Art and Literary magazine English Club Ferrum Radio The Iron Blade student newspaper back to top Experiential Learning Opportunities Ferrum College believes in hands on learning in to augment classroom and textbook studies with practical experience First hand experience Students in Media Communication courses will conduct real world research about media uses and effects Students in the Documentary Photography course will practice visual story telling by creating thematic photo stories from the photographs they shoot Students in journalism classes produce college publications serving as editors managers page designers photographers and writers for The Iron Blade or Chrysalis Students may also gain valuable radio production experience with Ferrum Radio working as studio DJs and producers of remote programming Students may perform voice work on webcasts of Ferrum Panthers athletic department webcasts doing play by play or color analysis Internships Students are strongly urged to explore career opportunities and to establish mentors through an internship The Media Communication program coordinator will help students identify and make contact with prospective internship sites Additionally the program coordinator serves as academic supervisor of student internships back to top Career Options A minor in Media Communication may lead to a variety of careers paths both traditional and in less expected fields For example Print or Broadcast Reporter or Multi Media Journalist Film or Television Producer or Corporate Training Designer Radio DJ Station Manager or Special Events Coordinator Photojournalist or Public

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/arts_humanities/media_major.html (2016-02-01)
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  • David Howell
    540 365 4329 Office Britt Hall 118 Teaching at Ferrum since 1998 Publications 1990 Matthew s Inclusive Story A Study in the Narrative Rhetoric of the First Gospel JSNTS 42 Sheffield University Press 1996 Ephesians God Calls a New People Macon Smyth Helwys Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/about_ferrum/administration/meet_our_faculty/david_howell.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Giuseppe Ritorto
    Ferrum since 2014 Courses taught Directing World Theatre Auditions and Makeup Musical Theatre Giuseppe Ritorto was most recently seen as Scrooge in American Family Theatre s National Tour of A CHRISTMAS CAROL Other regional credits include Beadle Bamford in SWEENEY TODD and Mike in A LIE OF THE MIND Pancho in CITY OF ANGELS and Horton in SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Giuseppe has also served as Musical Director at Catawba College as well as The Barter Theatre in Abingdon VA Being a true swiss army knife of theatre he has also worked professionally as a technical director lighting and set designer and composer He received his B A in Theatre Arts from Catawba College and his M F A in Musical Theatre from New York University s Tisch School of the Arts Giuseppe as composer of musical theatre is currently at work on a new musical entitled 3XL with lyrics by Lori Mannette More Information School of Arts and Humanities home page View all Arts and Humanities faculty View all faculty profiles Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information Related Pages

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/about_ferrum/administration/meet_our_faculty/giuseppe_ritorto.html (2016-02-01)
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