J. Michael
Co-Chair, Department of Environmental Science, Professor
Zurn 106

Dr. Campbell’s research focus falls within the areas of aquatic ecology, invasive species ecology, and soil ecology. He has also recently undertaken research projects dealing with experimental biofuel systems to help build more sustainable energy sources.


Ph.D., Texas A&M

M.S., Texas A&M

B.A., East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania

Favorite course in college:


Courses taught:

  • Bio 144 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Bio 148 Organismal Biology
  • Bio 230 Invertebrate Zoology
  • Bio 292 Field Ecology
  • Bio 294 Parasitology
  • Bio 344 Human Physiology
  • Bio 392 Plant Ecologoy
  • Bio 424 Restoration and Conservation Ecology (travel)
  • Bio 424 Wetland Ecology
  • Bio 426 Limnology

Student Opportunities

He is accepting undergraduate students who are willing and able to work many independent hours, apply themselves toward the tedious labor of insect retrieval and varying aspects of field work. In working with Dr. Campbell students can expect to develop important strengths in research techniques including enhancing one’s microscopy techniques and extending one’s organismal vocabulary. This research experience will offer the student independent study course credit and, potentially, funding (wages) if the research is during the summer research season.

J. Michael Campbell
Submitted by mmarsh on Mon, 12/24/2018 - 03:39