Jamie Cromartie

Jamie Cromartie has been in the Environmental Studies Program since 1974. He teaches Ecology, Environmental Issues, Entomology, Population Biology, Green Politics, and a freshman seminar on primates and humans. His research has ranged from colonization behavior of agricultural pest insects to biology of rare and endangered species of moths and butterflies in New Jersey and North Carolina. Recently, he and his students have been working to inventory, protect and restore biodiversity on the Stockton Campus, and assisting with an inventory of the insects of the Parker Preserve in Chatsworth, NJ. He has also worked to improve the biomonitoring of streams in the Pine Barrens.