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Scranton Alumna and Professor Featured at Environmental Award Dinner

The 26th Annual Environmental Partnership Awards and Dinner featured both a recent University alumna, who received the Environmental Initiative Award, and a University professor and chair of the Biology Department, who served as keynote speaker.

During the ceremony, Margaret Capooci ’16 received the Emerging Environmental Leader Award for demonstrating leadership, initiation and dedication to protecting and promoting a healthy environment. A full-tuition Presidential Scholar, Capooci earned her bachelor’s degree from Scranton as a double major in environmental science and philosophy.

The keynote speaker was Terrence E. Sweeney, Ph.D., professor and chair of biology at the University. He discussed Scranton’s new course, Extreme Physiology, NEPA Edition. Through exercise excursions, the course educates students on how they can further land conservation for the public and environmental good.

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