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Audio/Visual Productions


M. Pierce and J. Laquatra (2010). Healthy Homes: Issues and Answers. Browser-linked CD. Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Laquatra, J. and C. Julian (producers) (2006). Healthy Homes: Assessing Your Indoor Environment.

20-minute DVD in English and Spanish. Ithaca: Cornell Cooperative Extension.


Slide/Tape Programs

“Radon Gas in the Home Environment,” Slide/Tape program, 1989.

“Heating System Efficiency,” Slide/Tape program, 1989.

“Residential Moisture Control,” Slide/Tape program, 1988.


Satellite Broadcasts and Video Tapes

Producer, Healthy Homes DVD, for USDA/CSREES and HUD, in preparation.

Led and spoke at the following distance learning events (to ten sites around NYS via broadband) held as part of the Consumer Education Program for Residential Energy Efficiency:

May 19, 2004 Lighting Energy Efficiency

September 22, 2004 Renewable Energy

October 13, 2004 Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation

December 9, 2004 Getting Your Home Ready for Winter

“Update and Community Action: Consumer Education Program for Residential Energy Efficiency,” for Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators and their program collaborators, 6 sites in New York State via broadband; September 2003.

“Healthy Homes Initiative,” National Satellite Conference broadcast from Cornell with J. Wysocki, E. Taylor, N. Harvey-Storts, K. Row, K. DiTella, D. Oliver; 2000.

“Update and Community Action: Healthy Indoor Air for America’s Homes,” International Satellite Conference broadcast from Cornell with J. Wysocki, J. Guevin, M. Bode, K. Parrott, J. Ponessa, R. Seifert, M. Vogel, N. Fey; 1998.

“Talking Trash: On-Site Residential Construction Waste Management,” Video tape and Manual, with the Home Builders Institute, the National Association of Home Builders, and the NAHB Research Center, 1997 (Distributed to every state and local home builder association in the U.S.)

“Building a Home Buyers’ Educational Program,” Satellite Conference; with Jeanne Hogarth, 1993; edited version released as a video tape from Cornell Media Services, 1994.

“Educating Consumers About Healthy Homes,” Video tape, teleconference, and satellite in-service for Extension Educators, with Linda Wagenet, 1993.

“Regional and Local Economic Outlooks: Impacts on Housing and Households,” Satellite Conference; with Jeanne Hogarth; Jane McGonigal; David O. Watkins, Jr.; David Dik; Henry DeVries; Mike Allmendinger; 1991.


Media Releases [print and radio feature stories]

“Spring Good Time to Spruce Up Home Siding,” 1998

“Radon Debate Resolved: Radon Causes Lung Cancer,” 1998

“Fluorescent Bulbs Easier on Environment,” 1998

“Biological Contaminants Pollute Home,” 1998.

“Know When to Replace a Furnace or Boiler,” 1996.

“Heating Systems Need Regular Servicing,” 1996.

“Housing Costs Burdensome for Some Groups,” 1995.

“Construction Choices Can Reduce Environmental Impact,” 1995.

“Reduce Construction Waste,” 1995.

“Pressure-Treated Wood Poses Some Risks,” 1994.

“Home Buyers Make Environmental Safety a Priority,” 1993.

“Home Energy Costs Too High for Elderly,” 1992.

“Apply Risk Assessment Theory to Indoor Air Quality,” 1991.

“High Indoor Humidity Provokes Health Problems,” 1990.

“No Correlation Found Between House Tightness and High Radon Levels,” 1989.

“Some Homeowners Conserve Energy, Some Don’t” 1988.

“Radon Detection and Remediation,” 1988.

“High Housing Prices Dash the American Dream,” 1987.

“New Home Insulation Products: From Dry Boards to Wet Sprays,” 1986.


Extension Educator Inservice Education Programs


Brief History of the Consumer Education Program for Residential Energy Efficiency and Energy Outlook. education for Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators via wide area network. Broadcast from Ithaca, NY, February 17, 2009.

Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners. Inservice education for Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators. East Greenbush, NY, May 19 – 20, 2009.

Residential energy efficiency:  current issues. Inservice education for Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators.  Ithaca, NY; September 9, 2008.

“Housing Affordability & Green Construction,” session during “The Economics of Consumerism, Energy Efficiency, Financial Education and Program Evaluation,” inservice for the Family Economics and Resource Management Program Work Team of Cornell Cooperative Extension, June 12-14, 2007, Ithaca.

Ten Energy Town Meetings for the Consumer Education Program for Residential Energy Efficiency, 2003-08.

Peer Educator Training for Asthma Education, Syracuse Healthy Indoor Environmental Living Demonstration Program, 5 training sessions 2005-06.

Peer Educator Training for Lead and Asthma; Healthy Homes for Healthy Kids Campaign; Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, and New York City; 2006-07.

“Mold in Houses: Mycology, Health Effects, Prevention and Mitigation,” 2002.

“Energy Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality,” 1996.

“Educating Consumers About Healthy Homes,” 1993.

“Building a Home Buyers’ Educational Program,” 1993.

“Indoor Air Quality in Homes: Assessing the Issues and Educating Consumers,” 1990

“Manufactured Housing as an Affordable Alternative,” 1988.

“Buying and Selling Houses,” 1988.

“Rental Housing: User Needs,” 1988.

“Radon in the Home Environment,” 1987.

“Residential Moisture Control Update,” 1986.

Funded Extension and Outreach Programs

Lead and Asthma Peer Education Project, American Small Business Alliance, $40,088, 2008.


Healthy Homes, USDA/Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, $48,497, 2007-09.
Improving Household and Community Financial Security Through CCE Money and Energy Management Education, Cornell Cooperative Extension, $188,900, 2005-12.
Residential Energy Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality, $310,000, Cornell Cooperative Extension, 2005-15.
Sprawl and residential preferences: investigating and building educational strategies on new understandings of land use, Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station and Cornell Cooperative Extension, $299, 7800, 2004-2009.
“Hiring a Mold Remediation Contractor,” private gift, $5,000, 2007.
“Lead and Asthma Peer Education Project,” Voices, Inc. $90,000, 2006-09.
“User’s Guide for Healthy Homes DVD,” USDA/Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, $42,000, 2006-07.
“Healthy Homes: Assessing Your Indoor Environment,” 20-minute DVD in English and Spanish. USDA/Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, $42,000, 2005-06.
“Consumer Education Program for Residential Energy Efficiency,” New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, $4,232,712, Project Director, 2003-15.
“Practical Management of Indoor Environmental Risks,” $75,000, Smith-Lever (competitive), $30,000, October 1, 2003 - September 30, 2006, principal investigator.
“Energy Star Education in New York State,” Consumer Federation of America Foundation, $10,800, project director, 1997-2002.
1996 -present. Successful proposals to Extension Administration through the Cornell Cooperative Extension Competitive Grants to Departments (average: $60,000/year).
“Healthy Homes Initiative,” National Satellite Conference broadcast from Cornell with J. Wysocki, E. Taylor, N. Harvey-Storts, K. Row, K. DiTella, D. Oliver; USDA/Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; 1998, $25,000.
2000 funding $25,000; 2001 funding $3,000; 2002 funding $2,300, 2003 funding $2,500 2004 $9,999, 2005 funding (to produce a Healthy Homes video) $42,000, 2006-07 funding (to produce a Healthy Homes manual).
“Update and Community Action: Healthy Indoor Air for America’s Homes,” International Satellite Conference broadcast from Cornell with J. Wysocki, J. Guevin, M. Bode, K. Parrott, J. Ponessa, R. Seifert, M. Vogel, N. Fey; 1998; $6,000, Cornell Cooperative Extension Communications Fund.
“Builders, Remodelers and Indoor Air Quality,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, $46,545 (to the Home Builders Institute), project director; 1997-99. This was part of a 5-year, $430,000 Cooperative Agreement Laquatra negotiated between the EPA and the Home Builders Institute.
“Building a Balance: Housing Affordability and Environmental Protection,” National Association of Home Builders, $60,000 (to the Home Builders Institute), project director; 1997-99.
“Healthy Indoor Air for America’s Homes,” in cooperation with five other universities; the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; $70,000 (to Montana State University, Original funds were used to fund activities of the Project Development Team. J. Laquatra is one of six members of the Project Development Team) 1995-96.
Funding to Cornell: 96-97: $2,500

97-98: $2,500

99-00: $2,500

00-01: $9,000

01-02: $3,000

02-03: $3,000

03-04: $3,500

04-05: $3,300


“AmeriCorps Skills Development Center,” $15,000, University of Florida and the Corporation for National Service 1995-96.
“Building a Home Buyers’ Educational Program,” with Jeanne Hogarth, U.S. Department of Agriculture, $30,000, 1992-93.
“Energy Education for New American Citizens,” New York State Energy Office, $11,581, 1988-90.
“Building Energy Awareness Models,” New York State Energy Office, $21,297, 1989-90.
“Graduate Builders Institute,” New York State Builders Association and the U.S. Home Builders Institute, $5,000, 1988-91.
“Affordable Housing: What Communities Can Do,” with Faye Plowman, Marjorie Jensen, Joseph Ponessa, Patricia Pollak; Northeast Regional Center for Rural Development, $24,630, 1989-90.




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