Kathryn L. Amatangelo ( PDF)
Stanford University, Ph.D. Ecology and Evolution, 2008.
University of Michigan, B.S. Natural Resource Ecology and Management, 2001.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate, July 2010-present
Brown University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Post-Doctoral Research Associate, 2008-2010
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Botany
Research Associate, 2000-2002
Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Ann Arbor, Michigan
See Publications page.
Teaching Experience and Training
Participation in Brown Sheridan Teaching Course I and University of Wisconsin Delta teaching courses Teaching large classes (2009) and The College Classroom (2008)
Teaching assistant (Stanford): General Ecology, Plant Physiological Ecology, and Core Biology - Ecology lab.
Guest lectures and modules: Drivers of change in Wisconsin forests (Conservation Biology, Brown); Ecosystems module (Extinction, Wisconsin) including lectures, readings, and discussion; Physiological adaptations and competition (Plant Physiological Ecology, Stanford)
Mentoring Experience and Training
Participation in University of Wisconsin Delta course Research mentor training (2008).
Co-mentored undergraduate students: Lee Stevens (Brown), Maggie Goter (Brown), Hallie Stallman (Wyoming), Patrick Cordova (Stanford)
Mentored high school students: Samuel Greene (Wisconsin), Cyrus Pinto (Stanford)
Academic advisor: 2005-2008 (Stanford).
Outreach and Service
Co-designed secondary school teaching modules.
Science and technology advisor. 2004. Stanford’s STEP (Science Teacher Education Program).
Reviews for the National Science Foundation, Global Change Biology, Biotropica, Oikos, Oecologia, Forest Ecology and Management, Biological Invasions, Plant Ecology, Plant and Soil, Ecology, and Journal of Plant Ecology