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About Julia Angstmann

Dr. Agnstmann is a research ecologist specializing in plant physiological ecology and ecosystem ecology seeking to connect human impacts of land alteration, pollution, and manmade infrastructure on ecosystem function, plant physiological response, and species diversity. She has a PhD in Ecology with a Minor in Statistics from the University of Wyoming and completed a postdoc at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. In South Africa, she transitioned into urban ecology while studying the impacts of air pollution and subsequent deposition of pollutants on plant diversity in the urban ecosystem.

After 3-years at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) as a Proposal Writer and Editor, she began her role as the Director of the Center for Urban Ecology at Butler University. In this role, she is responsible for the oversight of the CUE programs such as the CUE Farm and student internships as well as assisting faculty and community partners with research, education, and community outreach activities that focus on urban ecology and sustainability. She currently serves on the Ecology Committee of Reconnecting to Our Waterways and on the Advisory Team for the Purdue Extension Farm Incubator project in Indianapolis.

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Present Director, Center of Urban Ecology, Butler University Center for Urban Ecology
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Present Director, Center of Urban Ecology, Butler University
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