Eileen has been teaching at Virginia Tech in the Department of Science and Technology in Society since 1997. She has written and co-edited numerous papers and books, with her work focusing on biodiversity loss and destruction of wild places, along with pathways to halt these trends. Eileen lives in Blacksburg, VA, USA.
Decoupling the global population problem from immigration issues | Vol 2 No 2 2019: 149–51 | Reflection | Read now
All is one | Vol 1 Suppl A 2017: 36–7 | Personal story | Read now
The affliction of human supremacy | Vol 1 No 1 2017: 61–4 | Long article | Read now