Autumn Sabo

Autumn SaboAssistant Professor of Environmental Science

P | 434-381-6196
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O | Guion Science Center | First Floor, A104

B.S., Biology | Pennsylvania State University
M.S., Natural Resource Science and Management | University of Minnesota
Ph.D., Forestry | University of Wisconsin, Madison

Professor Sabo’s research interests focus on how plants respond to disturbance. For example, during graduate school, she studied how forest communities are modified by deer, and how grassland species may be affected by global change. She also worked in state government as a botanist and environmental educator. She is enthusiastic about conducting ecological research on campus grounds and nearby public lands. Professor Sabo enjoys teaching about natural resource conservation and the research process.

Please refer to Professor Sabo’s CV for more information.