Cedar Key

Our Faculty and Staff

Environmental Science and Studies

  • Wendy Anderson, Department Chair; Ecosystem ecology, community ecology, plant physiological ecology.
  • Tony Abbott, Department of Environmental Science and Studies; Latin America, climatology, GIS, development.
  • Jason Evans, Assistant Professor; Landscape ecology, Interim Director of the Stetson Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience.
  • Benjamin Tanner, Assistant Professor; geology, wetlands, climate and environmental change.
  • Sarah Cramer, Visiting Teacher-Scholar Fellow; Sustainable Food Systems
  • Catherine Day, Visiting Assistant Professor; Environmental Science, GIS; Cultural & Political Ecology
  • Dennis Dickerson, Adjunct Professor.
  • David Griffis, Adjunct Professor.
  • Asal Johnson, Associate Professor; Public Health Program, epidemiology, neighborhood planning, global health 

Contributing Faculty

The following faculty members contribute to the environmental science program. Their departmental affiliations and interests are listed beside their names.

  • Cynthia Bennington; Department of Biology; plant ecology
  • Paul Jerome Croce; Department of American Studies; American markets and nature
  • Terence Farrell; Department of Biology; reptile behavior ecology
  • Kim Reiter; Department of History; ancient and medieval history
  • Robert Sitler; Department of Modern Languages and Literatures; Spanish and Mayan culture
  • Kirsten Work; Department of Biology; limnology, conservation biology
  • Karen Cole; Director, Gillespie Museum; K-12 environmental outreach
  • Michelle DeMoss; Department of Marketing; sustainability, entrepreneurship
  • Missy Gibbs; Department of Biology; invasive fish biology
  • Tandy Grubbs; Department of Chemistry; alternative energy and polymers
  • John Jett ; Department of Biology; human-wildlife interaction
  • Peter May; Department of Biology; snake biology, ornithology
  • Kevin Riggs; Department of Physics; alternative energy
  • John York; Department of Chemistry; fuel technology