Chair, Biology & Geology Department; Environmental Science Program Coordinator
Dr. Carrie Davis Todd is the coordinator of the environmental science program at Baldwin Wallace University. Her research interests focus on changes in the geomorphology and hydrology of small watersheds as a result of landscape evolution and modification. Her most recent research projects with Baldwin Wallace students involve the evaluation of stream restoration projects, stream functionality assessments, and monitoring local watershed characteristics.
Additionally, she has collaborated with Baldwin Wallace students on studies of local stratigraphy and fossil identification. Davis Todd teaches introductory geology and environmental science courses, as well as upper-level courses in soils, geomorphology and hydrology. She values collecting data in the field and incorporates field trips and field-based research projects into her courses. She is also interested in geoscience education research and uses a variety of teaching methods in her courses.