Julianna Tuell is a post-doctoral researcher in pollination ecology
interested in sustainable crop pollination through the integration of both
managed and wild bees and in how changes in human land use impact bee
communities. She has a B.S. in Horticulture, an M.S. in Plant Pathology, and
a Ph.D. in Entomology from Michigan State University. In other words, she
bleeds very green and is proud of it! Since joining the Isaacs Lab in 2003,
she has been involved in various projects to evaluate the extent to which
crop production practices, habitat manipulation, crop selection, and
landscape context affect native managed and wild bee populations and their
pollination services. She also teaches a course in Environmental Science at
Lansing Community College.
Julianna intermittently writes a Pollinator Garden
http://migarden.msu.edu/migarden/blog on gardening for bees and
general bee biology associated with the MSU
Pollinator Demonstration Garden, which is part of the MSU Horticultural
Demonstration Gardens on campus. In addition to promoting bees and enjoying the great outdoors, she may often be found singing jazz standards while accompanying herself on her ukulele.
Please contact Julianna directly for a full CV.