Taylor Stein joined the School in 1998 with teaching and research responsibilities in ecotourism. His research efforts focus on the economic and non-economic benefits of natural or near-natural landscapes with an emphasis in the social sciences. Before joining the School, he served as a Research Fellow at the University of Minnesota’s College of Natural Resources.
In addition to teaching a research responsibilities, Taylor is the lead FFGS faculty involved in the USDA Forest Service/Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University cooperative degree program.
|ALS 4404||International Studies – Costa Rica Study Abroad: Tropical Ecosystems|
|FOR 2662||Forests for the Future|
|FOR 3202||Society and Natural Resources|
|FOR 4664||Sustainable Ecotourism Development|
|FOR 6665||Landscape Planning for Ecotourism|
- PhD, University of Minnesota, 1997
- MS, Northern Arizona University, 1994
- BS, Utah State University, 1992