Amy L. Stuart

Environmental & Occupational Health and Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of South Florida

Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, 2002
M.S., Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Science Program, Stanford University, 1997
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, 1994
Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Address: 13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, MDC-56, Tampa, FL 33612
Office: CPH 1117
Voicemail: (813) 974-6632
Email: als(at)

My scholarly interests are primarily related to air pollution and its impacts on human health and the environment. Through my work, I seek to understand the multi-scale interactions of air pollutants with the natural and built environments and to elucidate the effects of these interactions on public health and on sustainability.


I teach interdisciplinary courses on air pollution and the environment that serve degree programs in Environmental and Occupational Health, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Environmental Science and Policy. Some guidance documents I've written for students (coming soon):


My group is involved in research projects in the following areas:

A major tool of our group's work is computing, including use of the high performance computing clusters administered by USF Research Computing. We also do field and laboratory work for measurement and analysis of air pollutants. Coming soon - information about our new shared environmental laboratory facilities in Interdisciplinary Research Building (IDR 107).

Prospective Students:
I seek qualified and motivated graduate students for study of air quality related research topics. I am specifically interested in students with undergraduate degrees in technical fields (i.e. engineering, computer science, chemistry, mathematics, statistics). Students may apply for a MPH, MS, or PhD degrees in Environmental Health, through the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health, or Masters a or PhD in Environmental Engineering, through the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Prospective applicants should refer to the USF Graduate School admissions procedures as well as requirements specific to the department. Prospective applicants are encouraged to apply for those funding opportunities (College of Public Health Opportunities; College of Engineering Fellowship Opportunities; USF Fellowship; and external fellowship listings) relevant to your degree plans.

	2019 Group Photo (L-R) S. Ramesha, J. Murray, T. Kocak, 
A. Stuart, N. Martin, F. Rahman

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