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Faculty Profile

Maggie Douglas

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies (2017)

Contact Information

douglasm@dickinson.edu

Kaufman Hall Room 105
717.254.8393
https://zoom.us/my/profdouglas

Office Hours for Fall 2020: Monday 4-5pm, Wednesday 12:30-2pm, Thursday 10:30-11:30am

Bio

Dr. Douglas studies the ecology of agricultural systems with an emphasis on the roles of insects and other invertebrates as friend and foe to food production. Her research employs eclectic methods ranging from field experiments to meta-analysis, and is oriented to practical application through dialogue with farmers, beekeepers, conservation organizations, and policy makers. Her interests include integrated pest management, biological control, soil conservation, ecotoxicology (esp. neonicotinoid insecticides), and socio-ecological dynamics of pesticide use.

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.A., Oberlin College, 2004
  • M.S., The Pennsylvania State University, 2012
  • Ph.D., 2016

2019-2020 Academic Year

Spring 2020

ENST 162 Integrative Environmental Sci
This course is an introduction to interdisciplinary environmental science. Students will learn to draw upon a variety of natural sciences to identify and address environmental challenges. Students will examine environmental issues analytically, learn to evaluate existing data, and begin to develop skills for acquiring new knowledge via the scientific method. They will be exposed to basic techniques for assessing environmental problems in lectures, laboratory exercises, and fieldwork. Three hours classroom and three hours laboratory a week. Prerequisite: 161

ENSC 550 Environmental Science Research