Brian Schultz, associate professor of ecology and entomology, received a B.S. in zoology, an M.S. in biology, and a Ph.D. in ecology from the University of Michigan.
He is an agricultural ecologist and entomologist who does research at the Hampshire College Farm Center; he has spent a number of years in Central America and the Caribbean studying methods of insect pest control.
He is also interested in statistical analysis and world peace.
School of Natural Science
Food, Farm, and Sustainability Institute (Spring 2013)
NS-0265: Introduction to Statistics and Experimental Design (Spring 2013)
NS-0294: Sustainable Agriculture and Organic Farming (Spring 2013)
NS-0150: Agriculture, ecology, and society (Fall 2012)