Secondary Core Area
Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Michigan
B.S.E, University of Michigan
Angie Campbell is a doctoral student in Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research investigates the benefits that ecosystems provide to people and ecosystem response to land-use change on varying spatial and temporal scales. Through her studies she explores linkages between people and their environment and best management practices influencing ecosystem sustainability. With a B.S. in civil and environmental engineering and a MLA (masters of landscape architecture) from the University of Michigan she strives to provide a holistic approach to finding sustainable solutions to complex environmental problems by linking science, design and environmental justice. She previously worked in the consulting industry as a civil engineer and landscape architect in Detroit for many years before returning to academia at West Virginia University. At WVU her research focused on ecosystem service restoration, water resource stewardship and climate change impact on green infrastructure performance in Appalachia.