Richard Wallace, Ph.D.
Richard L. Wallace is an associate professor of environmental studies at Ursinus College, and from 2002-2009 was founding chair of the Ursinus Environmental Studies Program, where he continues to teach interdisciplinary courses on species and ecosystem conservation. He is a former staff member of the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission, where he analyzed species and habitat conservation programs. He is a member of the executive council of the Society of Policy Scientists and is also a founding board member and current vice president of the Social Science Working Group of the Society for Conservation Biology. He has published numerous papers appraising and suggesting strategies for species and ecosystem conservation, and co-edited special issues of the journals Policy Sciences and Endangered Species Update on integrative endangered species conservation.