PhD in Ecology, Colorado State University
MS Biology, Northern Arizona University
BS in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, University of Minnesota
BS in Engineering and Environmental Science, University of Notre Dame
Office: Physical Sciences (bldg #19), room 116
Angie Moline is trained as an aquatic ecologist and her research focuses on the conservation and management of desert streams and springs. Dr. Moline is also interested in how experiential education pedagogy and field experiences shape students' attitudes, perceptions, and understanding of environmental issues. As such, she weaves the landscape and ecology of the Colorado Plateau throughout her classes because students demonstrate a deeper level of understanding when academic topics are connected to this fascinating place. Dr. Moline has taught field-based courses across the western USA and Mexico for NAU, the Wild Rockies Field Institute, Prescott College, and Outward Bound. She currently serves as the director of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program @NAU and is a former director of the Grand Canyon Semester and Summer Conservation Experience.
Moline, A.B. In Review. The Value of Field Courses and Service-learning Projects to Environmental Conservation on the Colorado Plateau – A call for collaboration. Submitted to the Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau.
Moline, A.B. and N. L. Poff. 2008. Aquatic invertebrate shredder growth on native (Populus) and non-native (Tamarisk, Elaeagnus) leaf litter. Freshwater Biology 53(5): 1012-1020.
For a complete list of publications and additional information, please download Angie Moline's CV.