Langdon D. Clough is a Senior Lecturer in the Earth Sciences and Environmental Studies Program of Northeastern University's College of Professional and Continuing Studies, teaching courses ranging from Meteorology and Oceanography, and Astronomy to Natural Disasters. Most recently, he created the University's first course in Soil Science and developed a course on Ethical Issues in Science, Technology and Society for an Accelerated program in Leadership He has developed and taught numerous Geography courses at various colleges in southeastern New England and currently teaches Geography and Sociology at the Community College of Rhode Island. Since 2007, he has been serving as a mentor for astronomy students around the globe for Thomas Edison State College in New Jersey. He created an on-line course in the Science of Natural Disasters for a new major in Homeland Security. In addition to a Bachelor and Master's degrees in Geography, he is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Higher Education Administration and serves as a reader for the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching] published by Miami University, is the Historian for a Genealogical Society and is active in state politics..