Collaborators

If you are interested and would like to know more about the CAWS project please contact any one of the following collaborators.

Ferrum College-Virginia

Bob R. Pohlad
bpohlad@ferrum.edu
Professor of Biology and Horticulture
Ph.D. 1978, University of Georgia
  • Fungal Morphology and Ecology
  • Plant Pathology
  • Microbial Ecology of Forest and Agricultural Ecosystems
  • Instructional Technology and Science Education

Carolyn L. Thomas
cthomas@ferrum.edu
Professor of Environmental Science and Biology
Ph.D. 1984, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
  • Lake Nutrient Dynamics
  • Aquatic Microbial Ecology
  • Watershed research

David Johnson
djohnson@ferrum.edu
Professor of Chemistry and Env. Science
Ph.D. 1976, University of Michigan.
  • NPS pollution reduction
  • GIS-based Watershed modeling
  • Water quality monitoring
  • Development of polymeric membrane anion selective electrodes
Todd Fredericksen
tfredericksen@ferrum.edu
Assistant Professor of Env. Science
Ph.D. , Virginia Polytechnic and State University.
  • Wildlife Biology
  • Forest Management
George Byrd
gbyrd@ferrum.edu
Associate Professor of Agriculture
Ph.D. , University of Georgia.
  • Pasture and Forage Science
  • Nutrient cycling in ag systems


University of the South (Sewanee)-Tennessee


Karen Kuers
kkuers@sewanee.edu
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. 1994, University of Georgia.
  • Forestry and Geology

Mt. St. Mary's University, Maryland


Jeffery Simmons
simmons@msmary.edu
Associate Professor of Env. Science
Ph.D. 1993, Cornell University.

  • Ecosystem ecology
  • Aquatic ecology, toxicology, watersheds
  • Effects of heavy metal pollutants on stream ecosystems

Lindsey Wilson College-Kentucky

Susan Monteleone
monteleo@lindsey.edu

Associate Professor of Biology

  • Plant Ecology

Davis and Elkins College-West Virginia

Russ McClain

mcclainw@davisandelkins.edu
Professor of Environmental Science

 

 

Montreat College-North Carolina

Mark Lassiter
mlassiter@montreat.edu
  • Integration of Environmental Instrumentation and Laboratory technology in undergraduate training.
  • Juvenile Hormone metabolism in application to pesticide development.
  • Minimal environmental impact pesticides and field test kit development.
  • Chemical recycling protocols.
  • Environmental analysis and monitoring.
  • Monitoring water pollutants by physiological alteration of index species.

Mike Sonnenberg
msonnenberg@montreat.edu

Associate professor of Environmental Science

  • Examining the macro view, looking at the bigger picture.
  • Plants and animals in the field.


King College-Tennessee

Richard Moyer
ramoyer@king.edu

Professor of Biology

 

Ohio Valley University-West Virginia

Gordon Wells

gordon.wells@ovu.edu

Associate Professor of Natural Science and Education

 

 

Emory and Henry College

Laura Hainsworth

lhainsworth@ehc.edu

Ph.D., the University of Maryland

Associate Professor of Chemistry

 

  • chemistry of natural and polluted water environments.
  • Rare radioactive isotopes in natural geochemical processes

Ed Davis

edavis@ehc.edu

Ph.D., University of Illinois

Associate Professor of Geography

 

  • geography
Steven Hopp

shopp@ehc.edu

  • ornithology

Alderson-Broaddus-West Virginia

Tom Berlin

berlintj@mail.ab.edu

Assistant Professor of Environmental Science

 

 

John Enz

enzjj@mail.ab.edu

Assitant Professor of Biology

 

 

West Chester University-Pennsylvannia

Greg Turner

gturner@wcupa.edu

Assistant Professor of Biology

 

  • Mycorrhizal Ecology.
  • Plant Ecology

 

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