Jackson Ecology Library
Location: 2nd floor of the Berry Center, near the seminar room (BC 227)
The Jackson Ecology library is a free resource for students and faculty across the UW campus, providing books and DVDs surrounding biodiversity and ecology available for loan. The Library is made possible by the Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center and the Program in Ecology.
The Library is named after Dr. Steve Jackson, a professor of Botany and Ecology at the University of Wyoming. He was the founding director of the Program in Ecology, creating an interdisciplinary PhD program that started with 5 students in 2005 and now trains 50 students in six departments. Dr. Jackson is an avid reader, believing in the power of holistic and cross-disciplinary understanding of the biological world.