The Faculty and their Research
Research Areas -- Philosophical, Educational and Social Aspects
Core EEBB faculty
Ecosystem Analysis, Landscape Ecology, Conservation Biology, Biophysics, Global Change Ecology, Coupled Human and Natural Systems, Land Use.
Science education; plant ecology.
Philosophy of biology; ethical and social issues concerning science.
Robert K. Hitchcock
Development/applied anthropology, human ecology, human rights, Africa.
Jianguo (Jack) Liu
Coupled human and natural systems, telecoupling, sustainability, conservation, environment.
Jessica R. Miesel
Fire ecology, forest ecology and management; restoration ecology; biogeochemistry; intersections between ecology and environmental justice.
James R. Miller
Behavioral and physiological aspects of insect ecology.
Robert T. Pennock
Philosophy of biology; evolutionary computation; history & philosophy of science; science & values.
Sean A. Valles
Philosophy of biology and medicine.
Human ecology and cultural evolution.