Lecturer in Liberal Studies
Kyle Sitzman received a Bachelor of Science in Geography: Urban and Regional Planning from SUNY Oneonta, and Master of Landscape Architecture from Cornell University. He is currently a Planner in the Urban Design Division of the Westchester County Planning Department. His work incorporates ecological principles into community design. He teaches about resource-waste cycles through the lens of urban systems. Kyle also serves as Chair of the Wallkill River Watershed Alliance, a non-profit whose mission is to protect and restore the Wallkill River, a major tributary of the Hudson River.