A week ago, Stephen Zabor, professor of economics and environmental studies, was selected to be the treasurer of the Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland (ASGC).
Hiram College has a memorandum of understanding with ASGC about cooperative activities.
The ASGC promotes the conservation and appreciation of birds and other wildlife through habitat preservation and educational activities. It is a chapter of the National Audubon Society and is one of northeast Ohio’s oldest continuously operating environmental organizations; founded in 1928. ASGC now has over 1,200 members throughout NE Ohio and owns over 500 acres of land protected as both Audubon Sanctuaries and Ohio State Nature Preserves.
In addition to teaching in the economics and environmental studies departments, Zabor is the director of Hiram College’s entrepreneurship program funded through grants from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and the Kauffman Foundation.