University Of Missouri-Columbia

Christine Li

E-mail: lij1@missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia
Role: Faculty

Dr. Christine Li is Assistant Professor in the School of Natural Resources at MU. Dr. Li's research interests include conservation education/natural resources/environmental education, communication strategies, program development and evaluation, needs assessment, conservation psychology, conflict management, community empowerment, community forestry, civic ecology and capacity building in human dimensions of natural resource management. The goal of her research is to develop a fundamental understanding of how conservation education and pedagogy strategies influence natural resource learning outcome. The specific objectives of her research are to 1) design and evaluate the efficacy of environmental educational and outreach programs to key stakeholders, K-12, and public, 2) promote interdisciplinary research and community level collaboration in natural resource conservation, 3) investigate the individual attitudes, knowledge, perceptions, and behavior affect community resilience and other key stakeholder groups in natural resources management, 4) enhance educational and social science research methodologies and analysis, and 5) promote international collaboration in conservation education.

Chenhui Li

E-mail: liche@missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Climate Team, Plant Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia
Role: Postdoc

Dr. Chenhui Li is a Postdoctoral Fellow collecting data on soil microbial ecosystems in native prairies at Tucker Prairie. Dr. Li works with Dr. Fritschi on the Plant Team, Dr. Veum with USDA-ARS, and Dr. Goyne on the Climate Team.

Angela Johnson

E-mail: johnsonange@missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Community Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia
Role: Collaborator

Angela Johnson works as a geographic information systems (GIS) specialist at the Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES) at the University of Missouri. Angela started working with CARES in June of 2011 as a data technician and, through her work on various projects, quickly developed skills which helped advance her role at the Center. Her current activities include data analysis, preparation of data for GIS mapping applications, design and execution of map layers for web-based platforms, and user support. Angela received a B.A. in Anthropology from James Madison University in May 2007 and a Graduate Certificate in GIS from the University of Missouri in December 2013.

Christopher Fulcher

E-mail: fulcherc@missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Community Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia
Role: Collaborator

Dr. Chris Fulcher directs the Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems (CARES) at the University of Missouri. Chris’ systems-based approach to decision making enables public and nonprofit sector organizations to effectively address social, economic and environmental issues using unique collaborative management systems such as Community Commons (www.communitycommons.org). Chris and his team integrate Geographic Information Systems, data visualization, community engagement tools and Internet accessibility to better serve vulnerable and underserved populations. These web-based technologies help organizations and policy makers make more informed decisions about access, equity, and allocation of resources. Chris received his B.S. in Agricultural Engineering at Texas A&M University in 1984 and his M.S. in Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M in 1985. He received his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics at the University of Missouri in 1996. In 2005 he completed his National Library of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health Informatics.

Megan Mollman

E-mail: mmm5y2@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Plant Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Ricardo Holdo's student on the Plant team

Jennifer McIntryre

E-mail: jnmkd2@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Education and Outreach Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Works with Troy Sadler

Carson Dennis Broeker

E-mail: cbpxc@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Plant Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Carson Broeker is an undergraduate student in Biochemistry at MU and works in Dr. Ruthie Angelovici's lab.

Clement Bagaza

E-mail: bagazac@missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Plant Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Clement Bagaza is a Lab Technician working in Dr. Ruthie Angelovici's lab at MU.

Edmond Rieffer

E-mail: emr4h8@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Plant Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Works with Ruthie Angelovici

Jonathan Naydenov

E-mail: jdnv26@mail.missouri.edu
Missouri EPSCoR Award: Missouri Transect
Project Component: Plant Team
Institution/Organization: University Of Missouri-Columbia

Jonathan Naydenov is a Lab Assistant working with Dr. Felix Fritschi at MU.

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