Dr. Anders Norden van Rennsalaer holds a Ph.D. in archaeology, a post-doctoral D.Sc. in botany and mycology, and a D. Th. in theology. He earned a M.S. in environmental science and a M.A. in history. In his undergraduate studies he holds a B.S. in earth and life sciences and a B.A. in integrated social sciences. He has studied German at Berlitz. Dr. van Rennsalaer is a writer, lecturer, journalist, professor, archaeologist, naturalist, photographer, artist, lifelong naturalist, and historian, who has lectured for over twenty years in these subjects throughout the nation. Dr. Smith is a professor of science and history at SUNY Empire State College for over a decade and a professor of history at Mount St. Mary College. He appeared on CBS Today, on CSPAN's DeToqueville in America series, and on local cable television. The Dr. served on Congressional advisory committees on the environment and science and technology. Listed in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, he is a member of the American Forestry Association, North American Mycological Society, the American Botanical Association, the Institute of Field Archaeologists, and has been a member of Mensa. Dr. Smith is also founder and director of for the Center for the Study of Natural and Historical Anomalies, the Rural Culture Society, and the Society of Contrarian Speakers and Writers.
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