Associate Professor · University of Florida
John Stepp conducts conservation research on the persistence, change and variation of traditional ecological knowledge.
China Biocultural Diversity Indigenous Peoples Issues Latin American Studies Ethnobotany
Professor · University of Florida
Steve Johnson is an expert in natural history and amphibian and reptile conservation. Steve has worked extensively with imperiled species.
Amphibians Cane Toads Cuban Treefrogs Crocodilians Frogs
President · Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition
Andrea Hlady is the president of a grassroots conservation group that advocates for protection of the Castle Wildland area (SW Alberta).
Philanthropic Investments Fundraising Leadership
Assistant Professor of Biology · Loyola Marymount University
College of Science and Engineering
Marine Ecology Marine Biology
PhD Student, Natural Resource Sciences · McGill University
Scientist researching aquatic ecosystem services and protected areas (Services écosystémiques aquatiques et les aires protégés)
Aquatic Ecosystem Services Protected Areas Urban Beekeeping Landscape Ecology Beekeeping
Professor · Georgia Southern University
Risa Cohen is an expert in biology, aquatic ecology and water quality.
Aquatic Ecology Environmental Biology Toxicology
Expert in coastal marine ecology · Florida Gulf Coast University
James Douglass studies the interactions among living organisms and the environment in coastal waters, including algae blooms.
Reefs Algae Oysters Water Pollution Marine Biology
Senior Research Fellow · Tulane Law School
Gentry is an environmental law expert.
Expert in cyanobacteria, harmful algal blooms and blue-green algae · Florida Gulf Coast University
Barry Rosen studies the nature of freshwater harmful algal blooms and their dynamics.
blue-green algae Cyanobacterial genetics Diatoms Limnology Fish kills
Professor · Western Carolina University
Brian Kloeppel's scholarly interests include watershed ecology, carbon and water cycling, forest growth and dynamics.
Forest Growth and Dynamics Watershed Ecology Graduate Program Development Strategic Planning Biological Field Station Site Reviews and Planning
Curator/Associate Chair · University of Florida
David Blackburn is an evolutionary biologist specializing in amphibians at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
New Species Anatomy Evolution Amphibians Frogs
Professor and Gerald M. Lemole Endowed Chair in Integrative Biology · College of Liberal Arts and Sciences | Villanova University
Aaron Bauer, PhD, is a leading expert on reptiles, with a specialty in geckos, systematics and biogeography.
Natural History Collections Vertebrate Morphology Reptiles Systematics Biogeography
Expert in marine ecology · Florida Gulf Coast University
Greg Tolley studies estuaries, including the ecology of oyster reefs and the impact of freshwater inflow on estuarine ecosystems.
Science Education Water Quality Physiology of Estuarine Organisms Freshwater Inflow Estuaries and Estuarine Ecosystems
Archaeologist, Principal · Kleanza Consulting Ltd.
Pacific northwest archaeologist specializing in cultural resource management. Passionate about community engagement and Indigenous heritage.
Archaeological Research Archaeological Survey archaeological ethics Heritage heritage ethics
Associate Professor and Director · University of Mary Washington
Michael Spencer is the chair of the Historic Preservation department at the University of Mary Washington.
Preservationism Historic Preservation Building Forensics
Assistant Professor · Carnegie Mellon University
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering · Loyola Marymount University
Seaver College of Science and Engineering
Passive Sampling Development Sediment Contamination Environmental Systems Aquatic Chemistry Water Quality and Sustainability
Professor of Biology · University of Mary Washington
Dr. O'Dell performs research into how bees use magnetic fields to orient themselves.
Biology Neuroscience Magnetic Orientation in Animals Developmental Neurobiology Alzheimer's Disease
Executive Director, Social Innovation Generation (SiG) National · Social Innovation Generation (SiG)
SiG tackles social & ecological challenges by creating a culture of social innovation that develops entrepreneurship for the common good
Social Innovation and Finance Social Enterprise Social Finance Cooperatives and Economic Development Social Entrepreneurship
Associate Professor · Movable Type Management
All Aboard! On this trip, you'll rekinkle an appreciation for effective, efficient and passenger-friendly mass transportation policies
High-Speed Rail Transportation Policy Mass Transit Public Policy Passenger Rail