Chris Badurek, Geography Department, had his applied learning projects highlighted in an article in The Umbrella – The SUNY Newsletter for Applied Learning. The June 2020 issue focuses on co-curricular applied learning experiences and highlights projects from across many of the SUNY campuses. The article describes the NSF Common Problem Pedagogy Project collaboration between students in Badurek’s environmental remote sensing course and Biological Sciences Professor Steve Broyles’ tree biology course. Students from both courses joined into teams to collect and analyze tree data for the village of Homer, N.Y., in Fall 2019. The article also includes an extension of this work by student intern Connor Brierton on Badurek’s Cortland Applied Learning Practitioners grant from SUNY Cortland’s Institute for Civic Engagement. Brierton and Badurek reported on this work in a Transformations 2020 research poster.