Amy R. Lewis, Ph.D.

Amy R. Lewis, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biology

Biology Department


Ph.D. in Wildlife and Fisheries Science, 2004, South Dakota State University; M.S. in Ecology, 1996, Penn State University; B.A in Biology, 1992, Bowdoin College


Dr. Amy Lewis teaches Biology & Human Concerns, Introduction to Biological Principles I and II, Introduction to Environmental Science, Island Biogeography of the Galapagos, Principles of Ecology, Ornithology and Junior Seminar. She earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Bowdoin College, master's degree in ecology from Pennsylvania State University and Ph.D. in wildlife & fisheries sciences with a concentration in wildlife from South Dakota State University. Lewis was a park naturalist at an outdoor education center in New Jersey for four years before earning her Ph.D., and she joined the Augustana faculty in 2004.