Lockwood, Julie L.
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 1997
Professional Summary/CV [.PDF]
Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, New Brunswick; Rutgers
Areas of Interest
Homogenization, Invasion Ecology, and Conservation In Action.
Biology, Zoology, Ecology, and Conservation Biology.
Memberships and Professional Service
Project Leader, Wildlife Conservation, Grant F. Walton Center for Remote Sensing, Rutgers University, 2005; Chair, Nominations Committee, New Jersey Wildlife Society, 2005; Participant in National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis workshop on Exotic species insights into understanding ecology, evolution and biogeography, 2004 & 2005; Fellow, Zoological Society of London, 2004-present; Board Member, Ecology and Evolution Graduate Program, Rutgers University, 2004; Invited Guest Lecturer, Stanford University, Biological Invasions, "Predicting Invasion: the interplay of science, policy and law," 2001; Chair, Search Committee for Senior Museum Scientist, University of California, Environmental Studies, 2001.
Grants, Honors, and Awards
Principal Investigator, Critical Ecosystems Science Initiative, National Park Service for Fire effects on Cape Sable seaside sparrows, 2005; Distinguished Graduate Alumna, Department of Biology, Georgia Southern University, 2004; Awarded five-year Pepper-Gibberson Endowed Chairship, Co-held with Dennis Kelso, Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz (Declined), 2002; Science Alliance Graduate Student Award of Excellence, Univ. of Tennessee, Division of Biology; 1996; Academic All American, 1987.