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Serving on the executive committee with Bowen is Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Dean Eric Randall, who heads the School of Science, Management and Technologies.
Eric A. Randall
SUNY College at Buffalo, Professor Emeritus
10307 Smithley Road
Alexander, NY 14005
Dr. Randall is a field botanist/phytosystematist with two and a half decades of service as a teaching/research professor at SUNY College Buffalo.
He has served as Department of Biology Chair, Director of the Great lakes Laboratory, was Associate Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Social Sciences and also interim Dean of the same unit before accepting the Deanship of the College of Science, Management and Technology at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.
He retired from Edinboro after 15 years in that position.
continues an active agroforestry research program in maple syrup production, manages a large forest operation and a 3,500 tap sugarbush.
continues a lifelong interest and involvement in the identification and management of invasive species.
Of particular interest are those invasives impacting the Laurentian Great Lakes watersheds, forested ecosuystems and agrarian landscapes.
Dr. Randall holds an undergraduate degree in Biology from SUNY College at Oswego and a PhD in Botany from the Pennsylvania State University.
Dr. Randall was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Conesus Lake Assn.
He serves on the Water Quality Committee and recently has been actively involved with detection, identification and education relating to aquatic invasive species within the Conesus and western Finger Lakes watersheds.
Dr. Eric Randall, ...
Dr. Eric Randall, Edinboro University
JIM STEFANUCCI/Meadville Tribune photos Don Apel (left), director of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's Meadville education center and Eric Randall Ph.D., Edinboro's Dean of Science, Management and Technology talk about
When Eric Randall
scans Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's
new Mea-dville center, he
sees future growth for both the university and the community.
Right now, one out of every seven Edinboro students is from Crawford County - ranking second only to Erie County.The university's total enrollment is about 8,000."We know there are students here (in Crawford County)," said Randall, who is Edinboro's dean of science, management and technology.
"Everything we have at the university will be linked here," said Randall
."It's very exciting.
"The idea is not to bring back Crawford County students here, but help those who are place-bound or occupationally-bound," Randall
said."We know it's a half-hour drive to Edinboro one-way."
"This may make the difference between someone getting a certificate, a bachelor's or master's degree," he
"We don't want to duplicate those resources (of PMI)," Randall
Dr. Eric Randall ...
Dr. Eric Randall