ANNE HAZEL BOWER

Philadelphia University Tel: 215-951-2877

Education

Ph.D. 1996. School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Dissertation Title: Technology Transfer of Cocoa Management Practices in Agroforestry for Hillside Farmers in Jamaica

M. S. 1991. School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Thesis Title: Improving Seed Germination in Two Multi-Purpose Tree Species from Sierra Leone, West Africa (Cassia sieberiana and Dialium guineense)

B. S. 1983. cum laude with Ding Darling Research Award in Biology, double major in Behavioral Biology & Psychology, Beloit College, Beloit, WI

Professional Experience

Associate Professor of Biology. Philadelphia University July 2000-present

Monitoring and Evaluation Director. Yale University and Community Resources 1997-2002

Environmental Science Adjunct Faculty. Philadelphia University 1998-2000

Forest Certification Meeting Facilitator. Tropical Forest Management Trust and Tall Timbers Research 1997

Gender Workshop Designer and Trainer. Lutheran World Relief 1997

Curriculum Development Specialist. USDA Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida 1995-97

Forest Stewardship/Urban Forestry Extension. Cooperative Extension USDA Forest Service 1994/1997

Environmental Education/Human Resource Development Evaluator. USAID/Government of Botswana 1996

Agroecologia Faculty. Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) 1996-1997

Doctoral Research Assistant. University of Florida 1991-1996

Gender Training Specialist. University of Florida 1994-95

Master Trainer/Curriculum Coordinator. International Training Division, University of Florida 1989-1995

Socio-economic Survey Analyst. IICA/USAID Jamaica 1992-1993

Fulbright African Area Studies Fellow. University of Florida 1988-91

Environmental Education Technical Trainer. US Peace Corps Natural Resources Sector/OTAPS 1988-89

Peace Corps Volunteer: Conservation Education. US Peace Corps Sierra Leone 1985-1988

Environmental Education Intern. Lake County Metroparks 1985

Population Biology Field Research Assistant. School for Field Studies 1983

Ethology Research Assistant. Beloit College 1981-83

Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications (* denotes student)

Abdulhaqq*, S.A., Miller*, J.J., Bower, A.H., Donahue, J., Lawn, F. Use of Resident Macroinvertebrates to Monitor the Improvement of a Restored First Order Stream. Submitted March 2008. Journal of Young Investigators

Hagenbuch, Brian E.1,2, Nora Bynum3, Eleanor Sterling3, Anne H. Bower4, John A. Cigliano5, Barbara J. Abraham6, Christine Engels3, John F. Mull7, John D. Pierce4, Michelle L. Zjhra8, Jennifer M. Rhode9, Stuart R. Ketcham10, and Margaret-Ann Mayer11 A Multi-Tiered Assessment Framework for Biodiversity Education. Submitted January 2008 to Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology.

Bower, A., Ashley, J., Buchanan, G., Dispensa, J., Pierce, J. and F. Ross. 2007. Fostering Science Literacy: Non-science Majors Discover the Science behind National Public Health Issues Science Education and Civic Engagement: An International Journal. Winter 1(1): 24-40.

Mason, J.*, Bockarie, A., Czarnecki, C.*, Bryant, A.*, Miller, J.*, Vath, R.*, Burton, D., Lawn, F. and D.R. Cundell. 2006. Microbial Assessment of Effective Earthworm Management Trials for Restoration of an Urban Temperate Forest Site. J. Young Invest. 15(7) http://www.jyi.org/research/re.php?id=866

Bockarie, A., Czarnecki*, C., Bryant*, A., Miller*, J., Maerz, J., Burton, D., Lawn, F. and R. Guedes. 2006 Invasive Earthworm Management Trials for Restoration of an Urban Temperate Deciduous Forest Site. Restoration Ecology. In Review.

George, B., Bockarie, A., Cundell, D., McBride, H., Hoppy, D. and A. Scutti. 2002. Utilization of Turkey Feather Fibers in Nonwoven Erosion Control Fabrics. International Nonwovens Journal.Vol 12 (2):45-52.

Todd-Bockarie, A., M. L. Duryea, S. H. West and T. L. White. 1993. Pretreatment to Overcome Seed Coat Dormancy in Cassia sieberiana. Seed Science & Technology. 21:383-398.

Todd-Bockarie, A. and M. L. Duryea. 1993. Seed Pretreatment Methods to Improve Germination of the Multipurpose West African Forest Species Dialium guineense. Forest Ecology & Management 57:257-273.

Todd-Bockarie, A. and M. L. Duryea. 1990. Seed Sizing: Do Big Seed Perform Better? p 65. In: Proceedings of the Southern Forest Nursery Association, July 23-26 in Biloxi, MS. Southern Forest Nursery Association, S.C.

Todd-Bockarie, A. 1989. Developing environmental education extension materials. pp. 70-77. In: Proceedings of the Environmental Education Workshop, May 14-20 in Arusha, Tanzania. Peace Corps\OTAPS. Washington, D.C.

Todd-Bockarie, A. and M. Magona. 1989. Nature Clubs of Sierra Leone. pp. 80-87. In: Proceedings of the Environmental Education Workshop, May 14-20 in Arusha, Tanzania. Peace Corps\OTAPS. Washington, D.C.

Book Chapters

Bockarie, A. 2005. Contributing Author for Ch 2 Environmental Ethics pp 19-37 and Ch 16 Water Management pp 352-387 in Enger, E and B Smith. 2005. Environmental Science. 10th Edition. McGraw Hill, New York, NY

George, B.R., Evazynajad, A., Bockarie, A., and McBride, H. 2003. Chapter 5: Production and Characterization of Yarns and Fabrics Utilizing Turkey Feather Fibers. In: Wallenberger and Weston (eds.) Natural Fibers and Polymers - Recent Advances. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, MA.

Case Studies

Bockarie, A. 2003. Deer Hunting in the City of Brotherly Love: An Ethical Dilemma. In: Smith, E and B. Enger. Environmental Science 9th Edition. McGraw-Hill.

Bockarie, A. 2002. The Evolution of Environmental Action Projects at Philadelphia University. In: Zlotowski, E. (ed.) Service Learning and the First Year Experience: Preparing Students for Personal Success and Civic Responsibility. University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for First Year Experience. Columbia, SC 166 p.

Invited Oral and Poster Presentations (* denotes student)

Bower, AH., AK Bryant*, CP Czarnecki*, JW Mason* Feb. 20, 2008. Management tools for invasive earthworms in urban parks. Friends of the Wissahickon Conservation Committee. Philadelphia, PA.

Bower, AH, JD Pierce et al. 2007. Emerging tools in teaching biodiversity across disciplines Ecological Society of America and Society for Ecological Restoration National Meetings San Jose, CA Aug 5-10

Bryant*, AK, AH Bower, JC Maerz, CP Czarnecki*, JW Mason* and DR Cundell. 2007. Impact of invasive earthworm control treatments on soil microflora and vertebrate fauna in an urban northeast forest restoration site. Ecological Society of America and Society for Ecological Restoration National Meetings San Jose, CA Aug 5-10

Bower. AH. 2007. The impact of invasive earthworms in parks: what can you do? Friends of Pennypack Park Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA June 18.

Bower. A. April 28, 2007. Invasive Species in Pennsyvlania. 2007 Envirothon Competition, Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia, PA

Bower, A. Feb 6, 2007.Your Coffee Choice Matters Curriculum Example. NCEP Biodiversity Faculty Focus Group. American Museum of Natural History/Black Rock Lodge, NY, NY.

Bower, A. Jan 23, 2007. What is Stormwater?. Industrial Design, Landscape Architecture and Environmental and Conservation Biology Team Charette, Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA.

Bower, A. Jan 16, 2007. Endangered Species of Pennsylvania. 2007 Envirothon Competition, Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia, PA

Bower, A and D. Burton. Feb 4, 2007. What to do about Invasive Earthworms? Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve Winter Lecture Series, PA.

Ashley, J., Bockarie, A. and J. Pierce. June 10, 2006. Building Life-Long Science Literacy and Inquiry Through a Hands-on Approach Centering on Health-Related Issues. Invited Workshop/Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Discovery in Chemistry Project, Lancaster, PA.

Fleming, R., C.G. Phillips, A. Bockarie. May 31-June 4, 2006. Sustainable Design Education: A New Pedagogical Paradigm? Oral Presentation at ARCC-EAAE International Architectural Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A., Ashley, J., Buchanan, J., Dispensa, J., Pierce, J. and F. Ross. April 28, 2006. Fostering Science Literacy: Non-science Majors Discover the Science behind National Public Health Issues. Poster Presentation at the SENCER Capitol Hill Symposium hosted by Honorable Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Washington, DC .

Bockarie, A, Ashley, J., Buchanan, G., Pierce, J and F. Ross. Nov. 18, 2005. Non-science Majors Discover the Science behind National Public Health Issues. Oral Presentation at the 25th Annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching. Miami University, Oxford, OH.

Ashley, J., Bockarie, A., Bryant*, A., Buchanan, G., Dispensa, J., Halscheid*, E., Miller*, J., Pierce, J., Ross, F., and E. Simon*. Nov. 2005. Exploring Science: A Undergraduate Non-Science Majors Course Aimed at Developing Life-Long Environmental Science Literacy. Oral Presentation at the 26th Annual Conference of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Baltimore, MD.

Burton, D. and A. Bockarie. Aug 2005. Recent Findings on Long Term Invasive Earthworm Control Studies. Oral Presentation at the Invasive Plants: Perspectives, Prescriptions and Partnerships. Mid-Atlantic Exotic Pest Plant Council. University of Pennsylvania, PA

Ashley, J., Bockarie, A., Buchanan, G., Pierce, J. and F. Ross. Aug. 2005. Using Hands-On Research in Environmental Chemistry to Build Science Literacy for Non-Science Majors. Oral Presentation at 230th Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.

Ashley, J., Bockarie, A., Buchanan, G., Pierce, J. and F. Ross. June 2005. Incorporating Guided Inquiry and Hands-On Research in Environmental Chemistry to Build Science Literacy for Non-Science Majors. Invited Workshop at the Annual Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Discovery in Chemistry Project, Bethleham, PA

Bockarie, A., Bryant*, A. and Miller*, J. April 9, 2005. Red-backed Salamanders Population Dynamics in Response to Forest Restoration. Poster Presentation at Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology. Rowan University, NJ.

Bryant*, A, Miller*, J., Levy*, S and A. Bockarie April 8, 2005. Effects of Earthworm Control Treatments on the Red-backed Salamander (Plethodon cinereus) population. Poster Presentation at 16th Annual Student Sigma Χί Research Symposium. St. Joseph’s University. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. Burton, D. Czarnecki*, C. Bryant*, A. Hulitt*, J., Bourassa*, L. and Fran Lawn. Nov. 2004. Managing Invasive Earthworms to Restore an Urban Forest Site. Poster Presentation at the Mid-Atlantic Society for Ecological Restoration Urban Interface Symposium. Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. Burton, D., Bryant*, A. Miller*, J., Bourassa*, L., and F. Lawn. Aug. 26, 2004. Restoring Northeast Urban Forest Soils through Invasive Earthworm Management Strategies. 16th International Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Bockarie, A., Burton, D. Czarnecki*, C., Bryant*, B., Hulitt*, J., Bourassa*, L. and F. Lawn. Aug. 1, 2004. Managing Invasive Earthworms Restore an Urban Forest Site. Oral Presentation at the Society for Conservation Biology 18th Annual Meeting. Columbia University, New York, NY.

Czarnecki*, C., Bryant*, A. and A. Bockarie. April 23, 2004. Invasive Earthworm Control Methods to Promote the Restoration of a Forest Ecosystem. Poster Presentation at the 15th Annual Student Sigma Χί Research Symposium. St. Joseph’s University. Philadelphia, PA.

Czarnecki*, C., Bryant*, A., Halscheid*, E., Tustin*, R. Bockarie, A., Burton, D. and F.Lawn. Mar 25-26. 2004. Invasive Earthworm Control Methods to Promote the Restoration of a Forest Ecosystem. Expanding the Ark: The Emerging Science and Practice of Invertebrate Conservation. American Museum of Natural History and Center for Biodiversity Conservation, New York, NY.

Ashley, J., Bockarie, A. and B.Thompson. Jan., 2004. Community Partnerships: A Model for Environmental Science Service Learning at Undergraduate Institutions. Invited Presentation at the SENCER Symposium V, Rutgers University, NJ.

Bockarie, A. Burton, D. Bryant* A., Czarnecki*, C. and F. Lawn. Nov. 20, 2003. Invasion of the Earthworms: Research Trials to Test Management Options. Restoration Symposium: The Restoration of Urban/Suburban Green Space. Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education and SER. Philadelphia, PA.

Sorkin, N. Eliason, J.and A. Bockarie. Oct. 24, 2003. The (Mostly Happy) Story of a Cross-Campus Collaboration: Writing Science. International Writing Centers Assoc and Nat. Conf. on Peer Tutoring in Writing. Hershey, PA.

Bockarie, A., Burton, D. Bryant*, A., Czarnecki*, C. and F. Lawn. August 6-7, 2003. Invasion of the Earthworms: Diversity Destruction at Ground Level. Mid-Atlantic Invasive Exotic Plant Pest Council Symposium. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA

Ashley, J, Czarnecki*, C. Bockarie, A. Thompson, B and W.Brendley. Aug 8-12, 2003. Community Partnerships: A Model for Environmental Science Service Learning at Undergraduate Institutions. Poster Presentation at the SENCER (Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities) Summer Institute, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

Scutti*, A, Tustin*, R. Ashley, J and A. Bockarie. May 2003. Assessment of Metal Concentrations in Jamaican Sediment and Soil. Poster Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Prallsville, NJ

Bryant*, A. Czarnecki*, C. Wade*, D and A Bockarie. April 11, 2003. Halting an Invasion: Management Trials for Controlling Exotic Earthworms (Amynthas spp). Poster Presentation at the 14th Annual Sigma Χί Student Research Symposium at Saint Joseph’s University. Philadelphia, PA

Bockarie, A. Jan. 28, 2003. ART: What Assisted Reproductive Technologies Are Being Used in the United States for Infertile Couples. Molecular Genetics Course. Philadelphia University. Philadelphia, PA

Bockarie, A. Jan. 30, 2003. Environmental Science Student Enrollment and Interest at Philadelphia University. Oral Presentation at the McGraw-Hill National Environmental Science Symposium. Key West, FL.

George, B.R., Bockarie, A., and A.McBride*. Nov. 17-22, 2002. Production of Fabrics Utilizing Turkey Feather Fibers and Potential Use in Erosion Control Fabrics. Oral Presentation at the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, New Orleans, LA.

Bockarie, A. George, B. Hoppy*, D and A. Scutti*. Aug. 5-9, 2002. How Does Poultry Feather Fabric Stand Up to Coconut Matting for Erosion Control? Poster Presentation at the Ecological Society of America National Meeting, Tucson, AZ

Emanuel*, S. Bunik*, T. Cundell, DR and A. Bockarie. April, 2002. Jamaican Soil as Source of Antibiotic-Secreting Actinomycete and Bacillus Soil Isolates. Poster Presentation at the 13th Annual Sigma Χί Student Research Symposium at Saint Joseph’s University. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. and L. Tritton. April 16, 2002. Invasive Species Facts, Identification and Control in the Fairmount Park System. Invited Workshop at the NLREEP Preserve-Your-Park Community Training. Philadelphia, PA

Bockarie, A. Nov. 25, 2001. Environmental Awareness: What Does the Public Know about Restoration? Oral Presentation at the Regional Conference on Urban/Suburban Restoration. Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Philadelphia, PA.

Emanual*, S. Bunik*, T. Damico*, C. Cundell, DR and A. Bockarie. 2001. Antibiotic Secreting Soil Isolates from Jamaican Soil. Oral Presentation at the 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Sciences. University of Maryland Baltimore Campus, Baltimore, MD.

Bockarie, A. April 19-22, 2001. Urban Parks Restoration and Community Participation Workshop Leader for the Yale University Graduate Seminar on Ecosystem Management –Community Forestry and Protected Areas. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. Feb 16, 2001. Community Forestry: Getting Your Message Across. Invited Workshop at the Graduate Seminar on Rehabilitation Ecology and Community Revitalization. Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. New Haven, CT.

Bockarie, A. Nov. 9, 2000. Evaluation of a Philadelphia Park Restoration Project, Lessons from the Cities. Oral Presentation at theEcosystem Restoration and Community Revitalization Symposium. Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. New Haven, CT.

Bockarie, A. Sept 26, 2000. Impact and Ecosytem Diversity in Response to Fire in the Wissahickon Park. Invited Field Tour for Temple University Graduate Course in Landscape Architecture. Philadelphia, PA

Bockarie, A. and G. Fonjweng, June 26, 2000. Service Learning in Environmental Science: A Philadelphia Case Study. Oral Presentation at the National Association of Environmental Professionals National Symposium. Portland, ME.

Bockarie, A. Feb.18, 2000. Extension Strategies in Forestry. Invited Workshop at Yale University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. New Haven, CT

Bockarie, A. Feb 10, 2000. Environmental Education Evaluations Methods: How do they differ from Research? Invited Workshop at the Association of Conservation Executives. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. Feb 8, 2000. Conservation Issues in Africa. Oral Presentation at the University of Pennsylvania Environmental Issues Seminar. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. and G. Fonjweng. Nov 11, 1999. Service Learning in Environmental Education. PHENND Annual Symposium. Philadelphia, PA

Magona, M. and A. Todd-Bockarie. May 14-20, 1989. Tiwai Island Conservation Project. Paper presented at The Environmental Education Workshop, Arusha, Tanzania. Peace Corps\OTAPS. Washington, D. C.

Grant Funded Projects

Lead-PI Funded Projects

Bower, A. and G Ranly (Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education). 2007. Wild Resources Conservation Program of Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Conservation of threatened red-bellied turtles (Pseudemys urbirventris (LeConte) using radiotelemetry research on home range and habitat use combined with educational programming on habitat threats. $37,500

Bockarie, A., Ashley, J., Pierce, J and F. Ross. 2004-06. Exploring Science: Using Hands-on Research to Build Science Literacy for Non-Science Majors. National Science Foundation CCLI A&I Interdisciplinary (DUE 0410216) $85,000

Bockarie, A. 2004. Management of White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) to Promote Forest Regeneration. Philadelphia University Summer Research Grant. $5,000.

Bockarie, A., Ashley, J., Brendley, W., Pierce, J., Schrand, T. and F. Ross. 2003. SENCER Summer Institute. Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU). $3,500.

Bockarie, A. and C. Cundell. 2002. Halting an Invasion: Ecological and Microbial Assessment of Invaded and Non-Invaded Forest Sites. Philadelphia University Summer Research Grant. $5,000.

Bockarie, A. 2001: Creation of Environmental Science Projects in Textiles and Architecture to Meet Community Clothing and Housing Needs. Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND). $3,000

Bockarie, A. 2000. Expanding the Environmental Science Connection. Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development: $3,000

Bockarie, A. and G. Fonjweng. 2000 Developing Hands-on Service Learning Projects in Environmental Science. Philadelphia University Curriculum Development Grant $5,000

Bockarie, A. 1991-93. USAID/JADF Graduate Research Grant $20,000

Bockarie, A. 1988-93 Fulbright Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, African Sector. University of Florida.

Co-PI funded Projects

Lawn, F and A Bower. 2007. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Delaware Valley Estuary Program in partnership with Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education for restoration of Smith’s Run Riparian Buffer. $25,000.

George, B. and A. Bockarie. 2003. Use of Kudzu Nonwoven Fabrics For Erosion Control. Philadelphia University Summer Research Grant $5,000.

Cundell, C and A. Bockarie. 2001. Antibiotic Properties of Soil Bacteria from Disturbed Ecosystems in Jamaica. Philadelphia University Summer Research Grant. $5,000.

George, B., Cundell, C and A Bockarie. 2001. Development of Erosion Control Fabrics from Turkey Feathers compared to Core Matting of Forest Slopes. Philadelphia University Summer Research Grant. $10,000

Fonjweng, G. and A. Bockarie. 1999. Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development: Making the Environmental Science Connection: A Pilot Program in Service Learning $3,000

Grant Reviews

National Science Foundation CCLI-A&I Grant Reviewer Jan 30-Feb 1, 2005 Washington, DC

Grant Reviewer for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 2003

Grant Reviewer for National Tree Trust 2000

Book, Proceedings and Curricular Reviews

Bockarie, A. 2006. Proceedings Review: Challenging Courses and Curricula Workshops April 17-19, 2005 & Sept 25-27, 2005. Committee on Mathematics and Science Partnerships: Helping Partners Understand and Implement Improvements to STEM Education Programs Based on Research and Best Practices. The National Research Council of the National Academy of Science. Washington, DC

Bockarie, A. 2005 Chapter Review: Ch 12 Biodiversity: Species and So Much More by Robert Kaufman and Cutler Cleveland. Environmental Science, First edition for McGraw-Hill Publishers.

Bockarie, A. 2005. Review of Management Plan and Mission for Pennypack Restoration Trust. Andropogon Associates. Philadelphia, PA.

Bockarie, A. 2004. Textbook Review of Cunningham and Cunningham's Environmental Science, A Global Concern, 8th edition for McGraw-Hill Publishers

Bockarie, A. 2004. Teaching Modules from the Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners. Center for Biodiversity and Conservation. American Museum of Natural History

Bockarie, A. 2003. Critical Thinking Supplement Review (5 chapters) of Braude, S. and B. Low Higher Level Interactions: Active Learning Exercises in Ecology for McGraw-Hill Publishers.

Bockarie, A. 2002. Comparative Review of Van Dyke, F. Conservation Biology: Foundations, Concepts and Applications for McGraw-Hill Publishers

Bockarie, A. 2002. Comparative Review of Miller, G.T. Environmental Science 8th Edition and Enger, E and B.Smith. Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships 8th edition for McGraw-Hill Publishers

Bockarie, A. 2001. Review of Molles, M. 2002. Ecology: Chapter 12 Life Strategies for McGraw-Hill Publishers

Technical Reports

Bower, A. 2006-08. Annual Deer Management Analysis and Report for Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Philadelphia, PA

Bockarie, A. 2000-2005. Annual Deer Management Analysis and Report for Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Philadelphia, PA (five annual reports)

Burch, W., Bockarie, A., Jahnige, P. and L. Tritton. 1997-2002. Monitoring and Evaluation Report of the Fairmount Park Commission’s Natural Lands Restoration and Environmental Education Program Grant #13897 and #24098. (20 quarterly and five annual reports)

Swisher, M. and A. Todd Bockarie. (co-editors). 1995. Evaluating Sustainability Training and Facilitator's Guides in Biodiversity, Water Quality, Economic Analysis, Land-use and Soil Erosion and Energy Analysis. USDA Cooperative Extension Service/University of Florida/SARE/ACE.

Todd Bockarie, A. and M. L. Duryea. 1995. Florida's Forest Stewardship Program. Florida Division of Forestry/University of Florida Forestry Extension Service Circular 1047.

Long, A. and A. Todd Bockarie. 1994. Trails, Bridges & Boardwalks. Florida Division of Forestry/University of Florida Forestry Extension Service SS-FOR-5.

Hammer, B. and A. Todd. 1988. A Nature Club Handbook. New York Zoological Society & African Wildlife Foundation. Freetown, Sierra Leone. 25 p.

Todd, A. and B. Hammer. 1988. Bush Bif Buk. New York Zoological Society & African Wildlife Foundation. Freetown, Sierra Leone. 15 p.

Todd, A. and B. Hammer. 1988. Tiwai Island Wildlife Sanctuary Forest Guide Training Manual, Teachers Guide and Trainee Workbook. New York Zoological Society. Freetown, Sierra Leone. 82 p.

Professional Practice

Appointments

Board of Trustees at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education 2005-present

Research Affiliate Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 1997-2003.

Contributions at Professional Meetings

Moderator and Host, Society for Ecological Restoration International Conference (Mid-Atlantic Chapter) Philadelphia University Jan 10, 2006

Written Testimony,Philadelphia City Council on Ballot Issue Dec. 12, 2005. Merger of Fairmount Park Commission with Recreation Department. Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

Session Chair, Invasive Species Management II. 16th International Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration. Aug 26, 2004. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Session Chair , Alien and Invasive Species II Symposium. Society for Conservation Biology 18th Annual Meeting. Aug 1, 2004. Columbia University New York, NY

Session Chair, Peer Review Session for the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation. American Museum of Natural History. Environmental Justice Module at the Society for Conservation Biology 18th Annual Meeting. July 29, 2004. Columbia University NYC

Discussant, Applied Course Reform for Conservation Biology Workshop. Society for Conservation Biology 18th Annual Meeting. July 29, 2004. Columbia University NYC

Discussant, Feb. 20, 2002. A New Era for Philadelphia’s Parks, Friend of Philadelphia Parks

Session Chair, PHENND Annual Conference Jan 25, 2001. Philadelphia, PA.

Session Chair, PHENND Quarterly Meeting Feb. 8, 2000

Consultant, Carpenters Woods Restoration project July 9, 2000

Community Events and Education

Guest lecture, May 19, 2005. Careers in environmental sciences and research opportunities. Saul High School, Philadelphia, PA

Field Research Demonstration, April 21, 2005. Field experience on amphibian research for fifth grade class at Green Woods Charter School, Philadelphia, PA.

Lead teacher, Fall 2004-Spring 2005 Sexual Education course for middle school group at Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration in Mt. Airy.

Ecological Field Research Demonstrations, April 3,10,17, 24, 2004 Temple Amber Landscape Architecture class.

Radio Canada Agricultural Program Speaker. Aug. 1, 2003. Invasive Earthworms. Alberta, Canada.

Interview with the Associated Press. July, 24, 2003. Foreign Worms are Spreading Posing a Threat to Tree Health. Article on research study published in 30 newspapers globally.

Announcer, Mar 6, 2002. Philadelphia Flower Show, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Co-teacher, Fall 2000-Spring 2001. Sexual Education course for middle school group at Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration in Mt. Airy.

Workshop Presenter, Oct 4, 2000. Careers in Wildlife: What do ornithologists and entomologists do? Growing Your Future Environmental Career Day. Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Trip leader, Carnivorous Plants of the Pine Barrens, Oswego River, NJ July 30, 2000

Announcer, Mar 12, 2000. Philadelphia Flower Show, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Membership in Professional Organizations

Professional Associations

Ecological Society of America

Mid-Atlantic Exotic Plant Pest Council

National Science Teacher Association

Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development

Society for Ecological Restoration International

Society for Conservation Biology

Environmental Organizations

Audubon

Defenders of Wildlife

Friends of the Wissahickon

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary

Lakota Wolf Reserve

Militia Hill Hawk Watch

National Wildlife Foundation

Nature Conservancy

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Philadelphia Parks Alliance

Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education