Conservation

Nathaniel Harley Lee

My passion for the conservation of natural resources and public outreach/education began when I was a Trail Crew Supervisor for the Mountains to Sound Greenway. Studying Environmental Geography at Kent State University has allowed me to focus my passion and further develop skills that will allow me to achieve my goals. I am looking forward to this adventure I’m about to embark on. In continuing my education with the Geography Department at KSU, I will be able to assist and empower my fellow community members in building a positive and rewarding relationship with our natural world. 

Robert Hamilton

Courses Taught

  • Ecology, Evolution and Society
  • Entomology
  • General Ecology
  • Human Biology
  • Invertebrate Zoology
  • Writing in the Biological Sciences

Courses Teaching

Spring 2015

  • BSCI 10001 - 600 Human Biology
  • BSCI 10002 - 600 Life On Planet Earth
  • BSCI 30360 - 600 General Ecology
  • HONR 40096 - 015 Individual Honors Work
  • BSCI 40600 - 600 Writing In Biological Sciences

Fall 2015

  • BSCI 10002 - 600 Life On Planet Earth

Dr. Andrew Lepp

I earned my Ph.D. in 2004 from the University of Florida's Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism. Before pursuing a Ph.D., I worked for seven years in the field of natural resource management and conservation. During this time, I worked for the United States Park Service, the United States Forest Service and was a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Uganda, East Africa. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, I served for two years as a Warden of Tourism in Uganda's national park system.