University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
I am a stable isotope ecologist. I use isotope biogeochemistry to quantify the foraging ecology of
modern animals and to reconstruct the dietary and habitat preferences
of extinct species.
I am currently an assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati. My appointment is split between the Geology and Anthropology. Prior to my move to Cincinnati in 2011, I conducted two years of postdoctoral research at the University of Toronto. I completed my graduate work at the University of California Santa Cruz. I received my PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in 2009, my MA in Biological Anthropology in 2008, and my MS in Earth Sciences in 2005. I received my BA in Geology in 2002 from Vassar College.
To learn more about my research and teaching, please visit my website: www.agoraphotia.com.
Humans and Nature: Living in the Anthropocene part of Integrate:Workshops:Systems, Society, Sustainability and the Geosciences:Courses
This is a lecture-based interdisciplinary introductory course. We focused on current social and environmental issues that emphasize the links between raw materials, waste, and products used in day-to-day life. I created this class around my belief that each and every one of us has the potential to make a difference. Understanding what the issues, challenges, and potential solutions are is the first step towards creating a better future for ourselves and our planet.
Instilling a sense of sustainability in a large introductory course part of Integrate:Workshops:Systems, Society, Sustainability and the Geosciences:Essays
Brooke Crowley, Geology and Anthropology, University of Cincinnati My philosophy has been defined both by my experiences as an instructor and as a student. I am fortunate to have been strongly influenced by ...