College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Jordan M. Marshall

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Associate Professor

Education

  • Ball State University, 2002, B.S.
  • Michigan Technological University, 2004, M.S.
  • The University of Tennessee, 2007, Ph.D.

Other Information

Dr. Marshall is interested in plant ecology and biogeography, specifically within the Great Lakes region. His research focuses on forest community structure and function in protected areas, distribution of threatened and endangered plants, influence of disturbance on plant community organization, and impacts of invasive species in natural communities.