Kaitlin Stack Whitney

Dr. Kaitlin Stack Whitney is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Science, Technology, and Society Department at the Rochester Institute of Technology. She works at the interface of ecology, modern environmental history, and animal studies—her current research project is on the development of wildlife birth control technologies. Kaitlin teaches undergraduate courses on the environmental history of the Laurentian Great Lakes region, as well as core and survey classes in environmental studies and conservation. Previously, she worked for the US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pesticides and before that, as part of the US Department of Agriculture Farmer to Farmer program in eastern Europe.