Julie Reider - Resident Ecological Scientist
Julie is a Professional Resident Scientist with 10 years of experience in ecology restoration. Her experience includes project manager and crew coordinator for projects in invasion ecology, plant-soil-microbe ecology and in plant groundwater use. She has been an a Research Associate, Instructor, Post-doctoral research Associate, Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, Research Associate and Lecturer and Course Coordinator. She has 8 different honors including First-Tear Experience Faculty Award Nominee, Utah Higher Education Authority Scholarship, Phi Kappa Phi National Honors Society (OSU), David Osbourne Summer Fellowship (OSU) and the University Fellowship (OSU).
She has been the primary instructor in seven college classes, eight times as a guest lecturer, a Head Teaching Assistant and a Teaching Assistant in several biology classes. She has received 13 Competitive Grants some include grants with Shell Oil Company, National Park Service, Department of Public Health (Summittville Mine Superfund Site), DOI-OSM Office on Surface Mining, Ecology and Center Graduate Student Fellowship. She is affiliated with Ecological Society of America and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has done 20 presentation 14 publication, three Lab Manuals, Reports, and Proceedings. Additional Training includes Computer Application Training Microsoft Access, Introduction to Managing Teams, Dealing with Toxic People (Leaning About Your Own Weakness) and The Balancing Act: Supervising Student, Hourly, and seasonal Employees. She is certified in Hazardous Waste Generators Training, and Environmental Protection Agency Worker Protection Standard Training. Julie has been on several University Services and Committees, has been a Manuscript Reviewer and has work in the Community Service area in National Parks, Nature Centers.
Julie Reider - Resume