Carl Hakansson      
Assistant Professor
Office Phone: 508-626-4772
Office: Hemenway Hall 244
E-mail: chakansson@framingham.edu
B.S. Biology Framingham State College
J.D. New England School of Law

Carl G. Hakansson teaches Environmental Law and Policy, Native Americans; A Geographic and Legal Perspective, Municipal Land Use, Resource Management; Introduction to Environmental Studies.

Carl Hakansson


Margaret Carroll
Office Number: 508-626-4720
Office: HH312
E-mail: mcarroll@framingham.edu
B.A., Connecticut College
Ph.D., Duke University

Dr. Carroll teaches Biology of Non-vascular Plants, Biological Concepts, Introduction to Organismal Biology and Quantitative Plant Ecology. Her research focuses on the ecology and population biology of marine algae. She is currently studying changes in themarine algal flora of Cape Ann, MA.


Margaret Carroll

David Merwin
Assistant Professor
Office Number: 508-626-4771
Office: Hemenway Hall 242
E-mail: dmerwin@framingham.edu
Ph.D. (2004): University of Connecticut
M.A. (2000): University of Connecticut
B.A. (1995): University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Dr. Merwin teaches Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, Advanced Geographic Systems, Introduction to Digital Cartography, Introduction to Remote Sensing, Spatial Analysis Using GIS, World Regional Geography.

Research Interests
Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Data Analysis, Artificial Neural Networks, Geo-spatial Visualization, Remote Sensing


Dave Merwin








Larry McKenna
Assistant Professor
Office: HH246J
Office Phone: 508-620-1220 ext. 4371
Email: lmckenna1@framingham.edu
SB  Geology, MIT 1984
Ph.D. Geology and Geochemistry, MIT 1990

Dr. McKenna teaches wide variety of classes, including Physics in its many incarnations, Introduction to Physical Sciences, Conversations with the Earth, and Astronomy. His current research centers on characterizing rates and causes of ecological change in salt marsh and near shore environments.

Brandi Van Roo
Associate Professor
Office Number: 508-626-4799
Office: HH506
E-mail: bvanroo@framingham.edu
B.S. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Ph.D. Indiana University

Dr. Van Roo teaches Ecology, Ornithology, Wildlife Biology, Introduction to Organismal Biology and Biological Concepts. Her research focuses on the effects of hormones on reproductive behavior in birds.

Brandi Van Roo




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