Robert Kingsolver

  Dean, School of Environmental Studies
kingsolver@bellarmine.edu
502.272.7628
Allen Hall 334
 

Education

Ph.D. Ecology, University of Kansas
M.S. Biology, Vanderbilt University
B.S. Biology, Centre College

Interests

Terrestrial ecology, science education, environmental science, water quality

Courses

ENVS/BIOL 408 Ecology
ENVS 490 Environmental Seminar

Professional Experience

  • Dean and Director, School of Environmental Studies, Bellarmine University (2009-present)
  • Professor of Biology, School of Arts and Sciences, Bellarmine University (2004-present)
  • Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Bellarmine University (2004-2009)
  • Chair, Biology Department, Kentucky Wesleyan College (1999-2004)
  • Environmental Science Program Director, Kentucky Wesleyan College (1995-2004)
  • Biology Faculty, Kentucky Wesleyan College (1989-2004)
  • Biology Faculty, Missouri Valley College (1984-1988)

Selected Publications

Kingsolver, R.W. 2012.  Cost-Benefit Approaches to Campus Sustainability.  Keynote address presented to state conference: Campus-Community Partnerships for Sustainability, University of Louisville, Nov. 1.

Kingsolver, R.W. 2011. Frontier or Village? Recruiting Two American Paradigms to a United Environmental Movement.  Keynote address presented to Bluegrass Bioneers conference, University of Louisville, Oct. 23.

Kingsolver, R.W. 2006. Ecology on Campus. Benjamin Cummings: San Francisco, CA, 480 pp.

Kingsolver, R.W. 2001. Watershed Watch Report for Lower Green and Tradewater Rivers.  Presented to the Kentucky Water Resources Research Symposium,  February 23, Lexington, KY.

Kingsolver, R.W. 2000. Rose mallow.  (First of a series of illustrated natural history articles entitled “Native to this Place.”) Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Prime supplement. (Subsequent articles have included Goldenrod, fall 2000; Christmas fern, winter 2000; Harbinger of Spring, spring 2001; Jack-in-the-Pulpit, summer 2001; and Doll’s Eye, fall 2001.)

Kingsolver, R.W. 2000. Spatial and temporal variation in triazine and suspended sediments observed in a three-year study of the North Panther watershed.  Abstract of presentation to Kentucky Non-point Source Conference, Ky. Division of Water, May 25, Bowling Green, KY.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1999. Accounting for nature.  In: Environmental Issues (Robert McClenaghan, editor), Salem Press, Pasadena, CA.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1999. John James Audubon. In: Environmental Issues (Robert McClenaghan, editor), Salem Press, Pasadena, CA.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1999. Killer bees. In: Environmental Issues (Robert McClenaghan, editor), Salem Press, Pasadena, CA. 

Kingsolver, R.W. and D.F. Oetinger. 1998. Undergraduate research at Kentucky Wesleyan College: a developmental approach. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 59 (1):15.

Kingsolver, R.W., H.D. Connor and B.O. Statton. 1997. Assessment triazine and suspended sediments in surface waters of the Panther Creek watershed. Abstract of presentation to Kentucky Nonpoint Source Conference, Kentucky Division of Water, Lexington Kentucky.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1997. Students need more advanced science, technology education.  Owensboro  Messenger-Inquirer editorial, Jan. 19.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1997. Math, science can be taught like music. Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer editorial, Feb. 28.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1997. Higher education: who is the client? Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer editorial, Mar. 23.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1992. Bison. In: The Kentucky Encyclopedia (J.E. Kleber, editor), University of Kentucky Press, Lexington, KY.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1992. Bluegrass. In: The Kentucky Encyclopedia (J.E. Kleber, editor), University of Kentucky Press, Lexington, KY.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1986. Vegetative reproduction as a stabilizing feature of the population dynamics of Yucca glaucaOecologia 69:380-387.

Kingsolver, R.W. 1984. Population biology of a mutualistic association: Yucca glauca and Tegeticula yuccasella.  Doctoral dissertation, University of Kansas.


Curriculum Vitae

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