Hunt promoted to teaching assistant professor
Congratulations to Postdoctoral Associate Natalie Hunt who has been promoted to teaching assistant professor and will start her new role on August 27.
She’s been with the department since 2014. As a postdoc, she taught the Sustainability of Food Systems course and conducted research on modeling the water and air quality impacts of a diversified cropping system.
In her new role, she will continue to teach courses, including Sustainability of Food Systems, Natural Resources Consumption and Sustainability, and the sustainable systems management capstone course. Hunt will also continue doing research, shifting her focus towards modeling water and air quality impacts of integrated cover cropping systems in the Upper Midwest.
“I really enjoy the open atmosphere of collaboration and engagement across disciplines in research and in teaching,” Hunt said.
Hunt has a Ph.D. in environment and resources and a Ph.D. in forestry, both from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.