Pamela M. Kittelson
Professor
Department of Biology
Gustavus Adolphus College
St. Peter, MN 56082


Office - Nobel Hall 335

tel:  507-933-7331
fax: 507-933-6285
pkittels@gustavus.edu

Office Hours - see my schedule

Summer by appointment
my Gustavus profile

 

On Sabbatical for 2013-2014 at University of Minnesota and The Echinacea Project

In Fall 2014 I will teach Bio378 Plant Physiology and Bio 101 Principles of Biology

 

Publications & Professional Resume (C.V.)

 

Links - organizations, grad school advice, jobs in biology

 

 

Research Interests 
Processes that generate and maintain diversity within and among plant populations.


Invasive species ecology

Restoration Ecology 

Teaching Interests
General Biology (Bio100 and 101)
Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (Bio202)
Plant Physiology (Bio378)
Ecology (Bio370)
Horticulture (Bio126)

 Study Abroad and experiential courses

Research Students Past and Present
Reina Nielsen ('16)

Mary Patterson ('14)

Mike Howe ('14)

Laura Lynch ('09) Medical School UW

Chris Pinahs ('06) PhD & JD, U MN
Beth Bockman ('04) Science Educator


Jim Eckberg ('04) M.A., UNL, UMN PhD

Stephen Handler ('04) MS, U Montana

Emily Helliwell ('04) MS Purdue, PhD Penn State
Phil Graeve ('03) National Park Service, PhD CSU
Monica Paulson ('03) PhD, Indiana University
Nicole Barondeau ('02) Lab Tech - St. Paul
Amber Krahmer ('02) Vet School. U of MN

Personal Interests
I grew up in Colorado and lived 10 years in California; like many westerners, I relish opportunities to be outdoors, especially in natural areas. I enjoy hiking, canoeing, going fast downhill on skis or a bike, and camping. I putter around in gardens, museums or while watching birds. Travel near and wide is treasured. I relax with good books or music and the company of friends.