Associate Director, Master’s Programs
Kevin Matteson serves as an instructor, administrator, and academic adviser for Project Dragonfly. His research looks at the diversity of bees, butterflies, and other pollinators in community gardens and other green spaces in cities. Kevin also has recently published on human-elephant conflicts in Thailand. During his time with Dragonfly, Kevin has taught Earth Expeditions in Baja, Belize, the Peruvian Amazon, and Galápagos, as well as AIP and online courses including Urban Ecology, Master’s Capstone, and Internship. Kevin currently resides in Yellow Springs, Ohio, with his wife, two children, and Labrador retriever Walter.