Faculty

Joseph Brewer
Assistant Professor
785-864-0191
Lindley Hall, room 300
Professor, Vice Provost for Faculty Development
785-864-5543
Lindley Hall, Room 214
Ali Brox Portrait
Lecturer
Lindley Hall, room 304
Associate Professor, Associate Scientist
Higuchi Hall

My research bridges the gulf between understanding what microbes do at the centimeter scale and the importance of those processes at the ecosystem scale.  Currently, I study how climate change or ecosystem restoration will affect biogeochemical time lags.  Time lags of focus include the transport of nitrogen into streams,  the influence of sulfate introduced to lakes via aluminum sulfate additions, and the creation of GHGs from soils.

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Matthew Burke
Associate Professor
785-864-5664
Chalmers Hall, Room B001
Associate Professor
Wescoe Hall, Room 3606
Lecturer, Environmental Studies
785-864-8881
Lindley Hall, Room 305
Dorothy Daley
Professor
785-864-9839
Wescoe Hall, Room 4060
Associate Professor
785-864-2534
3028 Wescoe Hall
David Fowle
Dean's Professor, Director, Environmental Studies Program
785-864-1955
Lindley Hall, Room 302
Associate Professor
785-864-9468
Wescoe Hall, Room 3620
Research Associate, Kansas Biological Survey, Lecturer, Environmental Studies
785-864-6386
Lindley Hall, Room 303
Director of Health and Science Programs, Edwards Campus, University of Kansas
785-864-8447
Regnier Hall, Edwards Campus, Room 170C
Professor, Senior Scientist
Higuchi Hall, Room 135A
Terry Loecke, Environmental Studies
Assistant Professor, Assistant Scientist
785-864-2830
Higuchi Hall, Room 41C

Dr. Loecke's research examines how ecosystem management and environmental variability influences soil, water, and air quality.  This allows him to work at the intersections of food, water, climate, and energy.  Currently, he is focusing on the causes and consequences extreme biogeochemical events, such as how storms affect water quality and greenhouse gas emitted from soils.  Additionally, he collaborates with scientists from across the county to estimate the role of soil in the global carbon cycle.

Professor, Director, Center for Global and International Studies
785-864-2041
Lindley Hall, Room 213
Byron Caminero-Santangelo
Professor
Wescoe Hall, Room 3065

Ph.D. (California, Irvine) 

Associate Specialist
Takeru Higuchi Hall, room 35B
Associate Professor
785-864-1468
Fraser Hall, Room 721
Lecturer, Environmental Studies
913-897-8512
Program Director and Advisor for the Professional Science Masters; Assistant Teaching Professor
913-897-8427
Regents Center 2B
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