AKRF Participates in Panels and Presentations
Leaders at AKRF continued to participate in industry and professional events last month. Elizabeth Meade was a guest lecturer for the “Digital Archaeological Heritage” class at Bard College, where she spoke on the topic of archaeologists using GIS to map archaeological data. Jeffrey Entin and Howard Nichols participated in a Student Poster Competition & Career Panel sponsored by Rutgers University, Stevens Institute of Technology, and the Air & Waste Management Association’s Northern & Central New Jersey Chapter. Lorianne DeFalco and Bianca Santos were named Board Advisors of the American Planning Association’s Pennsylvania Southeast Section Council. Jeffrey Taub presented on the topic of proposals to the SMPS Philadelphia Chapter’s study group for Certified Professional Services Marketer certification.