BIOLINK UF Exchange
The Biolink UF Exchange is a multidisciplinary directory of University of Florida faculty, researchers and staff willing to collaborate in various ways; offering lectures, workshops and connecting faculty and students with resources and information in Biodiversity.
Bureau of Economic and Business Research
FIELD: Social Sciences -
RESOURCE: Can provide primary and secondary social science data such as population, economic, and many other social science fields. www.bebr.ufl.edu
Assistant Professor/College of Liberal Arts and Sciences/Philosophy
FIELD: Philosophy -
RESOURCE: Can come to your class to lecture on the ethical dimensions biodiversity and species conservation. Interested in interdisciplinary collaboration on biodiversity at the intersection of ethics, ecology, religion, and policy.
Assistant Professor, Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience
FIELD: Evolutionary Genomics -
RESOURCE: Can come to your class to lecture on marine invertebrate biodiversity. Interested in collaborating on art projects that feature marine biodiversity.
Professor, History of Science, Departments of Biology and History
FIELD: History of Science -
RESOURCE: Can lecture on the history of taxonomy/systematics, evolution and the work of naturalists-systematists such as Linnaeus, Darwin, E. O. Wilson or evolutionary biologists such as Stephen J. Gould, G. G. Simpson and Julian Huxley; can also lecture on the history of botanical gardens, exploration, ethnobotany, and materia medica and their role in biodiversity studies.
FIELD: Biology, Systematics –
RESOURCE: Can come to your class to lecture on bio-diversity. Students are welcome to work in our laboratory or in the Florida Museum.
Distinguished Professor and Curator
FIELD: Polyploidy and plant phylogenetics –
RESOURCE: Can come to your class to lecture on plant phylogenetics and bio-diversity. Students are welcome to work in our laboratory or in the Florida Museum.
Associate Professor, College of the Arts, School of Art History
FIELD: Pre-Columbian/Latin American Art –
RESOURCE: I will be teaching a spring graduate seminar focusing on the colonial Americas and the theme of classifying the natural world. (ARH 6666 Colonial Latin American Art Seminar: Classifying the Natural World)
Associate Professor, School of Art + Art History
FIELD: Interdisciplinary Art, Drawing + Workshop for art Research and Practice–
RESOURCE: Can come to your class to lecture on contemporary art reflecting biodiversity.
A contact/resource for students exploring visual communication of research in biodiversity.
Assistant Research Scientist, Medical and Veterinary Entomology
FIELD: Medical and veterinary arthropod pests –
RESOURCE: Can come to your class to lecture on pests, pets and biodiversity