Environmental Studies Faculty & Staff

Faculty

Lee Lines, PhD [sabbatical 2017-2018]
Professor of Environmental Studies
Beal Maltbie Center - Room 111
T. 407.628.6377

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Ph.D. Arizona State University, 1995
M.A. University of Florida, 1989
B.A. University of Florida, 1987

Professional interests include physical geography, sustainable development, food and sustainability, tropical environments, appropriate scale, western North America.

 

Barry Allen, PhD
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Chair 2017-2018
Beal Maltbie Center - Room 110
T. 407.646.2647

Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1979
B.A. University of Miami, 1970
London School of Economics & Political Science

Professional interests and specializations include environmental economics, national park policy, sustainable development, and globalization.

Bruce Stephenson, PhD
Professor of Environmental Studies
Beal Maltbie Center - Room 109
T. 407.646.1587

Ph.D. Emory University, 1988
M.A. Ohio State University, 1978
B.A. Florida Southern College, 1976

Orlando Metropolitan Greenspaces - Field based student research

Bruce Stephenson has worked as a public planner, consultant, and professor. His research and teaching focus on the intersection of regional planning, environmental protection, and urbanism. He has written three books, over forty editorials, and published articles in a range of professional journals. His new book, John Nolen, Urban Planner and Landscape Architect, informed his consultancy for the Winter Park SunRail Station and the Genius Preserve, which earned the 1000 Friends of Florida Community Betterment Award. Stephenson is a scholar for the Florida Humanities Council, contributing to its “Imagining a New Florida” documentary series. He is also the Principal Investigator for an EPA Sustainability Curriculum Grant, Sustainable Enterprise: Activating SunRail in Winter Park, Florida. The research the team of Rollins instructors and students completed is informing projects to improve bicycle and pedestrian mobility in Orlando and Winter Park.

Leslie Kemp Poole, PhD
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Beal Maltbie Center - Room 105
407-691-1679
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Ph.D. University of Florida, 2012
MLS Rollins College, 1991
B.S Journalism, University of Florida, 1978

MLS Rollins College  1991

Professional interests and specializations include the history of the environmental movement, particularly the grassroots organizers that, in Florida and across the country, included many women. Author of "Saving Florida: Women's Fight for the Environment in the Twentieth Century."
In her spare time, she likes to hike and kayak around the state.

Emily Nodine, PhD
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Beal Maltbie Center - Room 102
407-646-2007

Ph.D. Florida International University, 2014
M.S. Johns Hopkins University, 2005
B.A. New College of Florida, 1996

Professional interests and specializations include links between climate and the biosphere, aquatic and coastal ecosystems, wetland ecology and restoration, and scales of disturbance.


Ann Francis
Program Coordinator
Beal Maltbie Center, room 107
407.646.2392

Ann Francis '01 has been at Rollins since 1996 and is Program Coordinator for the Department of Environmental Studies and the campus Sustainability Program.  Under the umbrella of the Sustainability Program, she works closely with student sustainability coordinators on campus recycling, environmental and sustainable events, sustainability housing and gardening, campus bicycle share program and fair trade!  This work in the department and the sustainability program promotes environmental and sustainable responsibility and awareness on the campus. 

Rollins College student-run Sustainability Program

Joseph V. Siry, PhD - Emeriti
Associate Professor Emeritus of Environmental Studies

Ph.D. University of California at Santa Barbara, 1981
M.A. University of California at Santa Barbara, 1978
B.A. Emory University, 1971

Professional interests and specializations include conservation history, the history of science and technology, energy conservation and resource use, international environmental politics, global ecology, wilderness field studies, and service learning. Problem-based learning, field-based environmental education. Rollins - Apopka Area Community Partnership.

Department of Environmental Studies
Rollins College
1000 Holt Ave. - 2753
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2392
Ann Francis, Program Coordinator
afrancis@rollins.edu