- Plant Ecologist
- Kennedy Space Center Ecological Program
Dr. Tammy Foster has experience in the design and implementation of a scrub restoration program for Kennedy Space Center; monitoring vegetation changes after combinations of cutting and burning to restore long-unburned scrub habitat; monitoring survival and growth of scrub species planted in former agricultural sites; and conducting research on scrub oaks using dendrochronology and plant physiology techniques.
Car exhaust and factory pollution take a lot of blame for global warming. But a team of UCF biologists are on the hunt for a hidden storage of carbon that’s right beneath your feet. Plants spend their lifetime absorbing carbon di... Read more
UCF has added a new school to its roster with the change of the Department of Political Science to the School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs. While political science remains at the heart of the ... Read more
Jane Holmstrom doesn’t speak medieval French, but that hasn’t stopped her from learning from the long-dead residents of Saint-Jean-de-Todon in Laudun, France. The bioarchaeology doctorate student traveled at the beginning ... Read more
John Garceau’s successful career in the insurance business was built, in part, on the foundation of a Political Science degree from UCF. Garceau entered UCF after service as a signalman for the Navy. The G.I.... Read more