- Ecology (Eco 215)
- Introduction to Biology (Bio 115)
- Introduction to Biology with Lab (Bio 155)
- Plants, Chicago and the Rest of Society (ISP 111)
- How do we feed 7 billion people? (ISP 112)
- Tropical ecology and evolution (Bio 390/490)
Ippolito's research revolves around the role of pollinators in
shaping floral traits and driving speciation. However, he has recently
become more involved with the preservation of indigenous cultures and
how tourism can contribute to wildlife conservation, particularly in the
Ippolito, A. 2010. Cultural survival and the contribution of
indigenous cultures to humanity. Angel Conesvation newletter series.
Ippolito, A., G. Wilson Fernandes, Tina, Merrills, and Tim Holtsford. 2004. Pollinator preferences for Nicotiana alata, N. forgetiana and their F1 hybrids. Evolution, 58, 2634 – 2644.
Stehman, J., J. Semir, and A. Ippolito. 2002. Nicotiana mutabilis (Solanaceae), a new species from southern Brazil. Kew Bulletin, 57: 639 - 646.
- Full board member – Angel Conservation
- Text reviewer - Oxford University Press, Sinaur Press, McGraw-Hill Press
Professional Society Memberships
- Evolution Society
- The Ecological Society of America
- The American Botanical Society
- The International Ecotourism Society
- The Voluntourism Society