Environmental Science and Studies

Department of Environmental Science and Studies

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Associate Professor-Environmental Studies & Anthropology; Department Chair of Environmental Science and Studies
Evans 212

Dr. Campbell engages in the propagation, saving and distribution of open-pollinated, “heirloom” seeds and the care and observation of an array of small livestock through the ABC Project and in the documentation of environmental problems and solutions through film-making.

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Visiting Assistant Professor
Evans 210

Courtney Cooper holds a Ph.D. from the University of Idaho in the Water Resources Graduate Program (2020) and an M.A. in Geography and Planning from Appalachian State University (2015).

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Assistant Professor, Environmental Science and Studies
MAC 355A

Dr. Ernst combines field and greenhouse work to measure plant traits that help her characterize ecological strategies. She has experience working in a number of different ecosystems from iconic tall grass prairies of the Midwest to lush woodland habitats around the Great Lakes to scenic wetlands in the Intermountain West. 

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Associate Professor and Department Chair, Environmental Science and Studies
McAllister Hall 355C

Dr. Zachary Taylor teaches a variety of environmental science courses and, along with his students, conducts interdisciplinary research that uses lake sediments to reconstruct past environments.

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