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What is your favorite activity in the Adirondacks?
I love running back-country roads: each season has its own particular beauty, and you never know what kind of wildlife or natural wonder you might see.
What is your favorite restaurant and why?
Our student operated St. Regis Restaurant serves hearty fare prepared by the future great chefs of the world. Its view of the lake is phenomenal.
What is the best part of being a recruiter at Paul Smith's College?
The most rewarding part of my job is meeting students at their high schools, hearing their dreams, and then watching them make those dreams come true at Paul Smith's College.
What brought you to the Adirondacks and why do you stay?
I vacationed here as a young boy and fell in love with the magnificent mountains and forests. I stay because I'm passionate about the environment and love outdoor sports like skiing, hiking, and rock-climbing.
Tell me about one of the really cool events or professors at Paul Smith's College that make it such a special place...
It's really cool and exciting that our students learn by doing. This year I watched Professor Mark Manske and his students live trap and tag some beautiful predatory birds that nest on our campus. They were studying the bird's migratory patterns.