Turning Points at Princeton: Three Views of Hydrolic Fracking

On September 11, 2012, Sela Hong and I (Yoo Jin Lee) took a trip to Princeton University to attend a panel discussion on hydraulic fracturing. The discussion was a part of ongoing series called Turning Point, which the Princeton University Alumni Corps organized. The event featured three guest panelists: Jeff Rosalsky ’85, executive director of Pocono Environmental Education Center; Eric Clark, director of student participation in Learning Aquatic Science and History (SPLASH); and Seamus McGraw, author of End of Country: Dispatches from the Frack Zone, and an activist and educator on the subject of hydraulic fracture. Our primary reason for attending was to learn more about fracking, which was the topic of our capstone project as colin Powell Center leadership fellows at the City College of New York.

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