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Angelo Lampousis has significant experience in implementing standards-based curricula in both the undergraduate and graduate levels. His Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments courses were noted by ASTM and EPA resulting in close collaborations with these organizations in the areas of curriculum development and internship opportunities. He is the instructor of the Honors Seminar III on Science and Technology in New York City for the Macaulay Honors College at City College of New York. He serves as a member on the committee on education of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). His research includes near-surface agricultural geophysics data collection activities in collaboration with the Cornell University Cooperative Extension program in Long Island and the the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Rutgers University in Newark.
2009-PhD in Environmental Geophysics, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, CUNY-Graduate Center
2006- MPhil in Environmental Sciences, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences,CUNY-Graduate Center
2000-BS in Agriculture, School of Agriculture, Aristotle University, Thessalonica, Greece
Earth System Science EAS 10600
Perspectives of Global Warming EAS 10400
Earth System Science and Engineering ENGR 10610
Systems Analysis of the Earth EAS 21700 - ESS
Earth & Environmental Science Seminar EAS 30000
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments EAS 33300
Phase II Environmental Site Assessments EAS 33400
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) EAS 33000
Seminar III on Science & Technology in New York City MHC 20301
Global Environmental Hazards EAS 32800
The focus of Dr. Lampousis' research is on agricultural geophysics, an emerging discipline that involves near-surface geophysical methods that can be used in agriculture.
Lampousis, A., Terry N., and Slater L. (2015) Examination of Geophysical Signatures of Ethanol-Water Mixtures in a Homogeneous Sand Column Using Ground Penetrating Radar and Time-Domain Reflectrometry, Athens Institute for Education and Research.
Lampousis, A., Kendall A., and Caruso C. (2015) The Integration of Live Radio Programming and Real-time Blogging in the Macaulay Honors College Seminar III on Science and Technology in New York City, 11th Annual CUE Conference: Engaging for Impact: CUNY as a Catalyst for Change
Lampousis, A. and Kenyon, P. M. (2009) The Effectiveness of Resistivity Imaging for Monitoring Infiltration in Agricultural Soils; American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract # NS23A-1121
Tsabaris, C. and Lampousis, A. (2009) On-line continuous monitoring of groundwater radon levels at L'Aquila fault, Italy; American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract #NH43B-1326
Lampousis, A. (2009) Electrical Resistivity Imaging Study of Near-Surface Infiltration, Doctoral Dissertation, Doctoral Program in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Lampousis, A., Kenyon, P. M., Sanwald, K. and Steiner, N. (2007) Electrical Imaging of Infiltration in Agricultural Soils on Long Island, New York; American Geophysica
Faculty sponsor of the City College of New York Geophysical Society, which is affiliated as a Student Chapter of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). Under his guidance, EAS student officers of the CCNY/EAS/SEG student chapter organized agricultural geophysics workshops in collaboration with the Agricultural Stewardship Program of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County.
Faculty sponsor of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between CCNY and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 2, along with Dr. Kevin Foster, Chair of the Department of Economics and Business at the CCNY Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. This MOU has yielded multiple summer volunteer internships for qualified EAS students.
OSHA-authorized trainer for the 10-hour and 30-hour OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry and for Construction. 40-hour HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) trainer.
Dr. Lampousis is also the President of the Axion Estin Foundation, Inc. (http://www.axionestin.org), an organization for the promotion of medieval Byzantine Music in the US. Under his leadership the foundation organized multiple publications and public concerts in the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.