Christine Brodsky

Associate Professor of Biology

Discipline/Specialization: Urban ecology, avian ecology, human dimensions of natural resources


Ph.D., University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

M.S., University of Delaware, Newark, DE

B.S., University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA

About Dr. Christine Brodsky

I am a wildlife ecologist with an interest in conducting research that informs the conservation and management of wildlife in an era of global change. My research interests include the impacts of urban greenspace management on wildlife communities, wildlife and landscape ecology, mined-land ecology, and human dimensions of wildlife conservation. I also have a strong interest in undergraduate education, providing opportunities for undergraduate research, and community outreach to the general public. For further information regarding recent publications, research interests, and teaching, please visit my professional website.

Courses Taught

  • Ecology and Field Biology Orientation (BIOL 106)
  • Environmental Life Science (BIOL 113)
  • Principles of Ecology (BIOL 330)
  • Urban Ecology (BIOL 525)
  • Mammalogy (BIOL 563)
  • Animal Behavior (BIOL 575)
  • Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management (BIOL 576)


  • Biology Education
  • Ecology and Field Biology
  • Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
  • Sustainability, Society & Resource Management
  • Pre-Medicine
  • Pre-Physician Assistant
Christine Brodsky
Dr. Christine Brodsky
Associate Professor/Master Advisor

Phone: (620) 235-4947

Office: 325 Heckert-Wells Hall

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