Carol Hoffman

Public Service Assistant, Retired


State University of New York at Stony Brook, M.A. Ecology and Evolution

University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. Botany

More About

Undergraduate Coordinator, Odum School of Ecology, 2012-2016

Public Service Assistant, Georgia Museum of Natural History, 2002-2016

Outreach Program Head, River Basin Center, 2001-2002

Education Specialist, State Botanical Garden of Georgia, 2000


Selected Publications

Hoffman, Carol A. 2000. Raiders of the bog or you’ve bot ants in your plants! Georgia Endangered Plants Stewardship Network Newsletter. Spring 2000, p. 1.

Hoffman, C.A. and C.R. Carroll. 1995. Can we sustain the biological basis for agriculture? Annual Review of Ecology & Systematics 26:69-92.

Hoffman,  Carol A. 1993. Asclepiadaceae. In J.C. Hickman (ed.) The Jepson Manual – California Flora. p. 170-174.

Hoffman, Carol A. 1991. Exchange of genetic material between genetically engineered crops and close relatives. Commissioned paper: Office of Technology Assessment.

Hoffman, Carol A. 1990. Ecological risks of genetic engineering of crop plants. BioSci. 40:434-437.