I am a wildlife ecologist with an interest in conducting research that informs the conservation and management of wildlife in an era of global change. I am currently an Associate Professor of Biology at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS. My research interests are broad, but they include urban biodiversity, mined-land ecology, and the human dimensions of wildlife conservation. I also have a strong interest in undergraduate education, providing opportunities for undergraduate research, and community outreach to the general public. For more information, please visit the Pittsburg State University Department of Biology website.
In The News
- September 2022: News story broadcast across multiple local affiliates about Snapshot USA and Pitt State student researchers.
- September 2022: Joplin Globe article, "PSU students bent on spotting elusive spotted skunk"
- May 2022: Dr. Brodsky was awarded the College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Research Award.