Langdon has been developing and teaching courses in the Earth and Environmental Science for three decades, providing opportunities for advanced students to deepen their skills in applying their technical understanding to real-world problems and creating pathways for returning adult learners to overcome their fears of science. Helping students make connections between science's paradigms and advancing understanding with changes in human cultures across space and time, while understanding the role that society plays in formulating science, brings a holistic perspective to the disciplines.
He serves as a Program Consultant and Content Expert, for various colleges, recruiting and supporting faculty, preparing for accreditation reviews, curriculum mapping and alignment with national benchmarks and emerging diciplinary trends.
Langdon received an Excellence in Teaching Award from Northeastern University and is a reviewer for the Journal of Excellence in College Teaching (University of Miami, Oxford). He is frequentty called upon to review materials for textbooks and learning platforms.
EducationMaster of Arts from University of Vermont (1986)
City Planner, Past Vice President RI Section of American Planning Association
Past Vice Chair, Rhode Island Statewide Planning Technical Committee
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management
Narragansett Bay Commission. Chair Long Range Planning Committee
Adjunct Faculty, Geography and Sociology, Community College of Rhode Island
Curriculum Committee, Course Developer, Mentor, Heaven School of Arts and Sciences, Thomas Edison State College
State Advisory Committee to United States Commission on Civil Rights