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Faculty - Dr. Sunshine Brosi


Dr. Sunshine Brosi
Associate Professor
Ph.D. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville;
M.S. The University of Kentucky;
B.A. Warren Wilson College
Courses Taught:

Introduction to Ethnobotany, Dendrology, Plant Taxonomy, Plant Ecology, Forest Ecology and Conservation, Economic Botany, Ethnographic Field Techniques, Research Methods in the Biological Sciences, Forestry Field Practices, & Field Experiences in Ethnobotany

Research Interest:

Ethnobotany education, Appalachian ethnobotany, Alaska ethnobotany, forestry, and non-timber forest products.  Cultural keystone species including rare, threatened and endangered trees &
plants. Forestry impacts of exotic forest pests and pathogens.

Office Location:
Compton Science Center 205

Office Phone Number:



CV Brosi CV
Website Ethnobotany Program