Glenn R. Harris is Professor and Culpepper Teaching Fellow. He received his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University, a Masters degree in environmental science from the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina, and a Ph.D. from the College of Human Development at The Pennsylvania State University. Glenn teaches courses on the health effects of pollution, land-use planning, and foundation of environmental thought. He also teaches Seeing History: Reading the Natural and Cultural Landscape, an entirely field-based course that has been highlighted in The Chronicle of Higher Education, a major publication of trends in university education. Glenn’s research specialties are environmental history, land-use planning, and environmental policy. He is the author of An Environmental History of New York's North Country: The Adirondack Mountains and the St. Lawrence River Valley, published by Mellen Press in 2012, as well as over fifty scholarly papers and twenty-five technical and community service reports, many co-authored with students. He has received the SLU Piskor Faculty Lectureship, the Owen D. Young Outstanding Faculty Member Award and the J. Calvin Keene Faculty Award, given annually to a faculty member for “high standards of personal scholarship, effective teaching, and moral conscience.” A member of numerous professional and community organizations, Dr. Harris takes particular interest in the Adirondack Park and the St. Lawrence River Valley.