Dr. Kim Landsbergen, Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science, is a Certified Senior Ecologist, specializing in invasive plant biology, climate change impacts on forests, soil carbon dynamics, urban ecosystems and ArtScience collaborations. She teaches a range of courses such as: Botany, Intro to Environmental Science, Ecology, Climate Change, Soils, Ecological Agriculture, Ecosystem Ecology, Trees, and more. In 2017, Kim was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Southeastern Ohio Council for Higher Education. She is active in developing environmental policy solutions in Ohio: her public service includes Board service on the Buckeye Environmental Network, Franklin County Soil Water Conservation District, and the Upper Arlington Ohio Tree Commission. Kim holds a courtesy research appointment in the Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Department at The Ohio State University. She is a STARS Advisory Council member with the Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), and is active in campus sustainability efforts. She has published more than 25 peer-reviewed science articles and received numerous local, state and federal research grants to support projects at Antioch College.
(Brown = maiden name for Kim Landsbergen. ‘*’ indicates student senior authorship of collaborative work with a undergraduate, graduate student or post-doc supervised by Dr. Landsbergen)