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stephen r.madigosky, edd, professor,

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Stephen R. Madigosky EdD

Professor of Environmental Science and Biology

  • EdD Biology 1987

    Ball State University (IN)

  • ENVR 180 Sustainable Development: Service Learning in Tropical America

  • ENVR 172 Principles of Sustainability Science

  • ENVR 304 Environmental Pollution

My research interests include forest phenology/climatology, sustainable development, and tropical ecology.

Selected Awards

  • Distinguished Professor Award, Widener University, October 2014

  • Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, September 2013

  • Widener University College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, February 2012

Selected Publications

  • Swierk, L., Madigosky, S.R. (2014). Environmental perceptions and resource use in rural communities of the Peruvian Amazon (Iquitos and vicinity, Maynas Province). Tropical Conservation Science, 7(3), 382–402.

  • Madigosky, S.R. (2004). Chapter 2 -Tropical microclimatic considerations; Chapter 22, survival strategies. In M. Lowman and B. Rinker (Eds.), Forest Canopies. Burlington, MA: Elsevier, Inc.

  • Madigosky, S.R. and Vatnick, I. (2000). Micrometeorologic characteristics of a primary tropical Amazon rainforest - ACEER, Iquitos, Peru. Selbyana, 21, 165–172.

Pennsylvania Climate Adaptation Project Task Force for Chester, Advisory Board