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About Amy Stuart

Dr. Amy Stuart teaches courses on air pollution, computing and numerical methods, environmental modeling, sustainability, and an interdisciplinary environmental research seminar. Her scholarship focuses on understanding the multi-scale interactions of air pollutants with the natural and built environments and the effects of these interactions on public health and on community sustainability.

Positions

Present Professor, University of South Florida
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Grants

2018 - 2019 Air pollution and equity impacts of the proposed Tampa Bay Next program from a Health in all Policies perspective
UTC: Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health. U.S. Department of Transportation
Role: PI
$60,531
2017 - 2018 Measuring the impact of emerging transportation technologies on community equity in economy, environment and public health
UTC: Center for Transportation, Environment, and Community Health. U.S. Department of Transportation
Role: co-PI
$40,115
2011 - 2014 Environmental Public Health Tracking
Florida Department of Health
Role: co-I
$351,000
2010 - 2014 S-STEM: Graduate Scholarships to Achieve Sustainable Infrastructure at the Water-Energy-Global Nexus
National Science Foundation
Role: co-PI
$600,000
2009 - 2014 CAREER: Multi-scale interactions of air pollution, urban growth, and equity – integrated research methods and informal science teaching
CBET- Environmental Sustainability, National Science Foundation
Role: PI
$400,000
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - Present President, Faculty Assembly, College of Public Health, USF
2010 - Present Member, Scholarship Review Committee, Florida Air and Waste Management Association
2007 - 2019 Liaison for students, Florida Air and Waste Management Association
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Honors and Awards

  • Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society, Member (2019)
  • Certificate of Acknowledgement, Undergraduate Research, USF (2009)
  • National Science Foundation CAREER Grant Award (2008)
  • Induction in Delta Omega, Honorary Society in Public Health (2008)

Education

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2002 Ph.D., Stanford University
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1997 M.S., Stanford University
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1994 B.S., Stanford University
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Contact Information

Office: CPH 1117
Voice Mail: (813) 974-6632

Email:


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