I have taught Conservation Biology at UNC (BIOL 565) and, in odd-numbered years, at the Highlands Biological Station (where I focus the class on the Southern Appalachians). 

I have also taught Fundamentals of Ecology at UNC and seminars such as one on Disturbance Ecology.

This year I am teaching a brand new class: Plant Conservation and the North Carolina Botanical Garden (BIOL/ENEC 669) to explore the interesting world of botanical gardens and how gardens are addressing the environmental and societal changes of our age.

My goal is to turn the Conservation Biology and Plant Conservation courses into books, so if you are interested in that project and the teaching of these subjects, let me know!