Dr. Samantha Kahl
Phone: (806) 834-4041
Office: PSS 255
Ph.D. Texas A&M University – Kingsville, 2010
My research focuses on regional natural resource planning and management, with emphasis on human dimensions, invasive species management, and modeling the effects of anthropogenic development climate change on natural resources. I'm also interested in urban ecology, education, and outreach.
College of Ag Sciences STEM committee member, Member of the TX Chapter of The Wildlife Society (TCTWS), the Southwest Section of The Wildlife Society, Women of Wildlife (WOW), the American Planning Association (APA), and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR).
- Principles of Conservation Science (NRM 3307/5307)
- Rangeland Analysis and Management Planning (NRM 4303)
- Urban Ecology & Human Dimensions (NRM 4301/6002)