No matter how your passions or background, you’ve got a community of Smitties right there with you. Below, some Smitties show us how they #SmittyOn through conservation projects, art, advocacy, and more. Lina Ferra receives PSC, US Biathlon scholarship. Courtney Bringley has been a driving force behind the college’s comprehensive student support initiatives. Alum John Dillon '58 Donates $1 Million. Katherine Gale: "Journey to the Everglades" Students, professor and president collaborate on climate. Prof. Deb Naybor Champions Sustainability Casey Gerrish Joins PSC as Head Hockey Coach. Zach Luzzi, head men's soccer coach, graduated from PSC in 2010. Bobby O'Connor teaches students to stretch their limits in the Recreation, Adventure Education & Leisure Management program. Diane Litynski helps students achieve their business and entrepreneurial aspirations. Bailey Waterbury is head women's soccer coach and aquatics director. Dr. Janet Mihuc, a biologist specializing in entomology, has documented 300+ moth species in the forests and wetlands of Paul Smith’s College! Peter Roland draws on decades of professional experience to teach marketing, management, and entrepreneurship. Dr. Mandy Bennet's has been part of a Chemistry Expo award-winning team and co-authored a complete forensics degree program. Dr. Lee Ann Sporn is a scientist and an artist. Her research focuses on molecular analysis of environmental and wildlife samples. Dr. Jorie Favreau is fascinated by animal behavior, including why animals move about their home ranges like they do. Dr. Dan Kelting's expertise focuses on nutrient cycling in forest ecosystems, watershed assessment and planning, and aquatic plant management. Josh Clemens, men's head basketball coach, was awarded Sixth Man of the Year and USCAA Academic All-American awards while playing for the PSC Bobcats. Karen Edwards is a life-long learner who feels a day without learning is a day wasted. She heads the Environment and Society department at PSC. Kate Glenn leads the Center for Campus Sustainability. Corey Laxson is particularly curious about aquatic invertebrates and their interaction with fish, stream insect communities and invasive aquatic plants. Melinda Bard is a Success Coach who works with students one-on-one to help them reach their full potential. Bethany Garretson is an environmental instructor who leads the Osgood Living Learning Community. Prof. Curt Stager pens OP-ED Letter for the New York Times. Dan D'Apice raises thousands for veteran suicide prevention. Dr. Mel Johnson's work centers on remote sensing, GIS, and field work as methods of conservation and communication. Student Adaiah Bauer selected for International University Sports Federation Forum. Chef Bruno Neveu brings innovation and expertise to PSC culinary studies. Dr. Ross Conover focuses on helping others understand how nature functions so they are more effective at protecting natural resources. Maureen Pellerin is a Success Coach who works with students one-on-one to help them reach their full potential. Kendra Ormerod's expertise as an interpretive guide is shared with students in the Recreation, Adventure Education, and Leisure Management program. Prof. Kelly Cerialo Co-Chairs UN Conference. Dr. Scott Chimileski is a microbial scientist interested in the endless biodiversity of microbial organisms, including bacteria, archaea, fungi, slime molds and microscopic animals. Sue Alexander teaches safe food handling and culinary best practices. She has been a member of the PSC faculty since 1976. Alumni & Faculty Present at ARC Conference. Faculty collaborate to publish "Walden: The Graphic Novel" Dr. Brett McLeod is the head of the Forestry department. He also coaches the championship Woodsmen's Team. Rebecca Romeo has a passion for agriculture and teaching students to thrive in rural environments. Tracy Elliott coordinates the peer tutoring program at PSC.