Justin Compton is an educator and ecologist with a passion for working with students in the classroom and in the field. His teaching and research experiences have focused on the integration of environmental and biological sciences. This multidisciplinary focus has helped Compton develop and hone collaborative teaching and research skills toward cultivating sustainable relationships between humans and the environment.
Looking for an opportunity to explore a different climate and culture where you’ll collect data in an internationally renowned ecologically diverse location? The International Tropical Field Research (BIOL 320) class is perfect for you.
- Social-ecological systems: Involving land use practices, resilience, adaptability, sustainability, and conservation
- Community and ecosystem dynamics and animal-plant interactions
- Spatially-distributed (GIS-based) ecological services and species-interaction modeling
- Zoonotic diseases as influenced by local, regional, and global dynamics
- International Tropical Field Research
- New England Flora and Fauna
- Foundations of Sustainability
- Introduction to GIS
- Plant Biology
Certifications and Memberships
- Certified Wildlife Biologist, The Wildlife Society
- Certified Ecologist, The Ecological Society of America