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Jess Vogt

  • Assistant Professor
  • ​PhD​​​
  • Environmental Science and Studies
  • ​​​Research Keywords Urban forestry, social-ecological systems, urban ecology, sustainable communities, sustainability science, urban tree growth, urban tree survival, tree maintenance
  • 920/850-2016
  • ​McGowan South, Suite 203

​Classes taught
ENV 151 Introduction to Sustainability
ENV 261 Mixed Methods in Environmental Studies (with Lab)
ENV 294 Second Year Seminar
ENV 341 Urban Forests as Social Ecological Systems
ENV 506 Sustainability Science: Environmental Limits, Human Needs & Systems (formerly Earth Resources and Human Society)

Research Interests
For information on current and past research projects, links to publications, and information on the team of students currently working with Jess, see the lab website LUFA: Lab for Urban Forestry in the Anthropocene

​​​​​​See Jess's CV​ for a list of publications and professional society activities​