Profiles in "Biology and Society" Expertise Area

  • Wu is a Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Sustainability Science at Arizona State University. His research areas include: landscape ecology, urban ecology, and sustainability science.
  • Matt Chew conducts a field course in 'novel ecosystems' and studies the history and philosophy of conservation biology.
  • Creath is a philosopher of science who uses historical methods to study fundamental questions about the role of logic, mathematics, scientific methods and even philosophy within science.
  • As a Teaching and Learning Specialist Principal, Tiffany works with the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) and the School of Life Sciences (SOLS) Graduate Programs
  • Anna Clemencia Guerrero is a PhD candidate and professional scientific illustrator in the Center for Biology and Society. She studies how scientists make and use pictures to understand microbial communities.
  • Sterner uses methods from philosophy and social science to investigate how knowledge systems can better address wicked problems. His current projects focus on biodiversity data, modeling, governance, and philosophy.
  • I am a Masters student in the Biology and Society program. My research in on how human constructs act as breeding places for mosquitoes and how those constructs affect mosquito abundance.
  • I am a Success Coach with EdPlus at ASU. Previously, I completed my Masters degree through the Center for Biology and Society at Arizona State University.