James Simeone is a Professor of Political Science. He teaches two courses in the Environmental Studies Program, Ethical Dilemmas in Environmental Politics (ENST/PSCI 365) which fulfills the major's environmental ethics requirement, and Sustainable Agriculture (PSCI 270), a May Term course based in the Peace Garden which features a lab component and a focus on the rudiments of soil science. Professor Simeone also facilitates several student-led Action Research Center (ARC) projects with environmental concerns including projects with The Peace Garden, Legacy of the Land Cooperative, The Tool Library, and Spence Farm.
Environmental Studies Courses:
PSCI270: Sustainable Agriculture
ENST/PSCI 365: Ethical Dilemmas in Environmental Politics