Name: Rose Mary  Seymour Ph.D.
Department: Sustainability Technologies
Title: Instructor PT, Sustainability
Office Location:
Giles, 318
Central Campus
Phone Number: 330.2722 x3603
Fax Number: (704) 330-6011
Email Address:
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Executive Director, Center for Sustainability

Working with all college programs and infusing sustainability throughout these programs to prepare CPCC students for the 21st century workforce.
Educational Background:
Ph. D. Colorado State University. Agricultural Engineering.

M.S. North Carolina State University. Biological and Agricultural Engineering.

B.S. North Carolina State University. Biological and Agricultural Engineering.

Educational Experience:
Extension Specialist, Texas A&M Unversity, Lubbock, TX
Assistant Professor, University of Maine, Orono, ME
Extension Specialist, University of Georgia, Griffin, GA
Seymour, R.M. and K. Harrison. 2008. “Landscape Irrigation System Water Conservation Practices.” Chapter in Best Management Practices for Water Conservation in Landscapes. Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Bulletin. 18 pp. In Press.
Seymour, R. M., T. Carter, S. Wenger and D. Stewart. 2007. Infiltration Best Management Practices for Stormwater Management for the Etowah Habitat Conservation Plan. Proceedings of the National Conference on Low Impact Development. Wilmington, N.C. Environmental and Water Resources Institute.
Seymour, R.M. and G. Wade. 2006. Xeriscape: Seven Steps to a Water Wise Landscape. Brochure 1 of the Make Every Drop Count Series. Georgia Cooperative Extension Circular #895-1. 2pp.
Seymour, R.M. 2005. Capturing Rainwater to Replace Irrigation Water for Landscapes: Rain Harvesting and Rain Gardens. Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 25-27, 2005 at the University of Georgia. Kathryn J. Hatcher, editor, Institute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. 4pp.
Thomas P., R. M. Seymour, F. Stegelin, and B. Pennisi. 2005. Greenhouse*A*Syst Risk Assessment of Irrigation and Technology, Georgia Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1275. 26pp.
Thomas, P., B. Pennisi, R. M. Seymour, and F. Stegelin. 2005. Greenhouse*A*Syst Risk Assessment of Water Use Regulations, Legislative Awareness and Establishing a Company Conservation Policy., Georgia Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1279. 21 pp.
Thomas, P., R. M. Seymour, B. Pennisi, and F. Stegelin. 2005. Greenhouse*A*Syst Risk Assessment of Water Recycling and Pollution Prevention., Georgia Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1278. 25 pp.
Thomas, P., R. M. Seymour, F. Stegelin, and B. Pennisi. 2005. Greenhouse*A*Syst Risk Assessment of Water Source and Expansion, Georgia Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1274. 27 pp.
Thomas, D.L., K.A. Harrison, M.D. Dukes, R.M. Seymour and F.N. Reed. 2004. Landscape and Turf Irrigation Auditing: A Mobile Laboratory Approach for Small Communities. Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Bulletin 1253. 27 pps.
Seymour, R.M. 2004.Using Water Wisely with Automated Irrigation Systems. Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Circular #870. . 2pp.
Seymour, R.M., Gordon Starr, David E. Yarborough. 2004. Lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) with irrigated and rainfed conditions. Small Fruits Review. Haworth Press. 3(1/2):45-56.
Seymour, R.M., D.W. Donahue, M.R. Bourdon, J.R. Evans and D. Wentworth. 2001. Intermittent aeration for in-vessel composting of crab processing waste. Compost Science and Utilization. 9(2):98-106.
Seymour, R.M. 2000. Air entrapment and consolidation occurring with saturated hydraulic conductivity changes with intermittent wetting. Irrigation Science. 20(1):9-14.
McKeage, Kim, Deborah Skinner, R.M. Seymour, D.W. Donahue and Tom Christensen. 1999. Implementing an interdisciplinary marketing/engineering course project: project format, preliminary evaluation and critical factor review. Journal of Marketing Education. 21(3):217-231
Seymour, R.M., R.W. Skaggs, and Robert Evans. 1992. Predicting corn yield response to planting date delay. Transactions of the ASAE. 35(3):865-869.
Seymour, R.M. 1992. How to estimate irrigation pumping plant performance. Texas Agricultural Extension Service Bulletin. No. L-5066. 6pp.

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