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Steven A. Juliano
Steven A. Juliano
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My name is Steven Juliano and I am a Distinguished Professor for the School of Biological Sciences at Illinois State University. 

My research interests include community ecology (especially the roles of interspecific competition and predation in communities), ecology of mosquitoes, connections between behavioral, physiological, population and community ecology, applied statistics, and the application of mathematical tools to ecology.

If you are interested in my publications, GOOGLE SCHOLAR is the best place to begin for up-to-date information because ISU's web policies make it difficult for faculty to update our own lists of publications.  Sad, isn't it.   A list of publications, updated when I can, is also available on this site (side bar).

I also collaborate with Vickie Borowicz on a project concerning the role of hemiparasitic plants in restored and native prairies.  We have started a Crowd Funding Project on this topic, which you can see at Experiment, the crowd funding site for science.

Check out our project here: https://experiment.com/projects/reviving-restorations-can-native-parasitic-plants-bring-better-balance-to-tallgrass-prairies  


Up-coming symposium:  I will be speaking at the 2016 Whitney & Anna Harris Conservation Forum, to be held Th. Nov. 10, at 5:30PM at the St. Louis Zoo. The topic for this year is:  Mosquitoes:  Ecology, Disease Vectors, & Control. There are three other excellent speakers, including Dr. Kathleen Westby, alumna of my lab.  The flier for this program is here.


My teaching interests include community ecology, introductory ecology, entomology, biostatistics, advanced biostatistics, and the application of mathematics to biology.

steveproject.jpg​I am also a charter member of 
the National Center for Science
 Education's Project Steve.
Click on the image to the left to learn more.






Flier2016 Cons Forum new1.pdf

Contact Me

Steven Juliano
School of Biological Sciences
Office Address: Felmley Hall of Science Annex 335
Office Phone: (309) 438-2642
Office Hours: By appointment