|Balthazor, Ron||Franklin College, English||
I am currently writing an essay on Thoreau, Sustainability, and Writing.
|Black, Marsha||College of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health Science||
• Toxicity of emerging contaminants (pharmaceuticals and nanomaterials) as single compounds and in mixtures in model and native aquatic organisms
|Bozeman, Kasey||CAES - Cooperative Extension - 4-H Youth Development||
My research interests include curriculum development, non-traditional qualitative evaluation methods, and working with military families, children, and youth. Specifically, my background in natural sciences has led me to explore the ideas of teaching science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities, particularly those topics related to earth and environmental sciences, to children in non-traditional education settings, such as after-school youth programming, nature centers, environmental education programs, camps, etc.
|Byers, Tyra||Office of Sustainability||
Connecting academics, research, service and operations through the lens of sustainability.
|Calabria, Jon||College of Environment & Design||
Dr. Calabria’s research includes ecological restoration, the amelioration of land use impacts on receiving waters and perceptions and attitudes toward water resources.
|Callahan, Mark||Ideas for Creative Exploration (ICE)||
Media art, interdisciplinary art, collaboration, Internet culture, arts and the environment.
|Fowler, Laurie||Odum School of Ecology and School of Law||
|Gardner, Elizabeth||Odum School of Ecology|
|Hawkins, Gary L.||CAES/ Crop and Soil Science||
|Hill, Katie||River Basin Center, School of Ecology||
|Hurt, Nicole||Franklin College/Communication Studies||
Rhetoric of sustainability
Women's health rhetoric
Public address and civil rights
|Irwin, Kris||Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources|
|Leigh, David||Franklin College of Arts and Sciences - Geography Department||
Paleoenvironmental reconstruction and human impact on fluvial geomorphic systems in the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains
Human transformation of landscapes and soils in the high Pyrenees Mountains of southwestern France
Human impact on fluvial systems of the Mixteca Alta in the highlands of Oaxaca, Mexico
Late Quaternary geomorphology and stratigraphy of the southeastern United States
|Marshall, Michael||School of Art / Franklin College of Arts and Sciences||
Engaged studio arts practice with an emphasis in environmental impact and community interaction.
|Matthews, Paul||Office of Service-Learning||
Service-learning impacts and outcomes; tutoring; scholarship of teaching and learning.
|Milewski, Adam||Franklin College of Arts & Science - Department of Geology||
1. Addressing issues pertaining to the sources, distribution, sinks, fluxes, and mechanisms of groundwater recharge on local and regional scales.
|Mullenbach, Lauren||River Basin Center, Odum School of Ecology||
Human dimensions of natural resources, curriculum development, social science methodology.
|Radcliffe, David||Crop and Soil Sciences||
Effect of septic systems on suburban stream flow and water quality
Performance of a campus rain garden
|Richardson, Tequilla||College of Education|
|Sarmiento, Fausto||Franklin College of Arts and Sciences/Geography Department||
As mountain geographer he looks into coupled human‐environment interactions informed by evidences of landscape transformation and dynamics of land cover/land use change, with ethnoecological insights, historical documentation, field research and modeling for alternative scenarios. His disciplinary field is Neotropical Montology, with research interest at the forest transition and other active boundaries, such as the Andean treeline and its political ecology. By studying the role of human impacts in shaping the tropical highlands he is reconstructing biogeographical theory applicable to Andean farmscapes in the midst of global environmental change; thus, he develops new narratives of mountains as tropical environments are constructed, represented, claimed and contested. His 1987 landmark publication showed how Ecuadorian ecosystems have been affected “From the Jungle to the Sea”, an anthological fashion of historical ecology of Ecuador. In 2003, his Spanish edition of “Mountains of the World: A Global Priority with Latin American Perspectives” brought the regional update of the Ives & Messerli message for the IYM. In 2012, his book on “Contesting Páramo” contributed to alternative understandings of the critical biogeography of the northern Andean highlands and sustainability.
|Shockley, Marianne||College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences||
Program development and evaluation, service-learning, entomophagy, forensic entomology, science education, distance learning and international education.