Dr. Amy Stuart
Dr. Amy Stuart is an Associate Professor at the University of South Florida in the departments of Environmental & Occupational Health and Civil & Environmental Engineering. Dr. Stuart has a B.S. in chemical engineering and a M.S. and Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Stanford University. Her professional experience also includes appointments as an air quality engineering consultant with Environ Corporation, a postdoctoral fellow hosted jointly by the Institute for International Studies and the Geological and Environmental Sciences program at Stanford, and a Research Scientist and Graduate Faculty at the Atmospheric Sciences Department of Texas A&M University. Dr. Stuart’s scholarly interests are primarily related to air pollution and its impacts on human health and the environment. Through her research, she seeks to understand the multi-scale interactions of air pollutants with the natural and built environments and to elucidate the effects of these interactions on public health and on sustainability. Her current research project topics are interactions between transportation infrastructure, air quality, and health equity; mercury and sustainability in the Tampa Bay and in Guyana; and cloud ice chemistry. Dr. Stuart teaches graduate courses on air pollution, environmental modeling, sustainability, and a research discussion and methods development seminar. Dr. Stuart is also a founder and organizer of the Environmental Research Interdisciplinary Colloquium (ERIC) and serves as advisor (formally and informally) to students interested in pursuing dual degrees between public health and engineering. In her parallel life, she enjoys horsing around with her two daughters (ages 9 and 5), playing guitar, and reading (and watching on DVD) the novels of Jane Austen.
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