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Posted on: January 24, 2020

2019 Clay County Recycler of the Year Awarded to Dr. Ken Foster, Concordia College

2019 Recycler of the year Dr. Foster

Dr. Ken Foster is a Professor of Political Science and the Program Director of Global Studies at Concordia College. He connects his students with environmental issues in meaningful ways. Previous students have worked with Clay County Staff helping address current recycling challenges in Clay County.  Dr. Foster ensures that his students have practical experiences studying solutions for challenging societal issues.

Dr. Foster serves as the chair of Concordia’s President’s Sustainability Council. The council works with the Concordia community on projects to integrate learning about sustainability into daily life, within the college curriculum and beyond.

Dr. Foster also serves as the project manager for the Bush Resiliency Grant awarded to Concordia College. This grant is taking steps to ensure Moorhead remains a resilient city in the face of potential climate change. As project manager Dr. Foster provides leadership and direction for resiliency projects.

We are pleased to present Dr. Ken Foster with the 2019 Clay County Recycler of the Year.

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