Wayne S. Teel, Ph.D.
- Office: ISAT/CS 113
- Phone: 540-568-2798
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mailing Address:
701 Carrier Drive
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807
- Ph.D. Cornell University: Agroforestry, Soil Science and International Agriculture
- M.S., Cornell University, Natural Resources
- MTS Gordon-Conwell, Church History
- B.S. Seattle Pacific University, Chemistry
- 9 years in Sudan, Kenya and Mozambique with the Mennonite Central Committee primarily working on agroforestry projects with an emphasis on small, subsistence farming systems.
- teaching at Eastern Mennonite University focusing on environment and development in situations of conflict.
- working with Virginia Save Our Streams on water monitoring and water quality issues.
- 12 years + on the Board of the Pure Water Forum in the Shenandoah Valley
- Agroforestry – worked on identifying and developing information on trees useful for agroforestry primarily in Kenya, but with additional experience in 5 other countries. Results of this work are found at http://agroforesttrees.cisat.jmu.edu/
- Biochar – This is in essence using charcoal as a soils amendment to improve soil fertility and sequester carbon. Research on this topic is expanding rapidly. I started doing research on this with students in the ISAT Program in 2007.
- Permaculture – These ideas were originally developed by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in Australia and have now become the most common way of improving local, small scale agriculture.
- Water – In the Shenandoah Valley this issue relates to nutrient pollution from agriculture. In Africa issues focus on availability and sanitation. I am interested in looking at both.
- Assistant/Associate Professor of GS/IA
- Assistant/Associate Professor of IA
- January 28
Steve Gaffney, JMU alum and nationally recognized speaker presents, "Honest Communication: Learn how to become a leader in your career.”
- January 31
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Women in Leadership Conference
- February 9
Faraday Lecture Series: Dr. Michael Littman presents, “The value of historical re-creation in understanding how we know and what we know.”
- February 14
- March 9-13
- April 17
ISAT/CS & HHS
Senior Capstone Event