Katherine Glew, PhD



    Cryptogamic Herbarium, Burke Museum, Box 355325, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, (206) 221-5234.


    B.A. Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1973. 

    M.Ed. Instructional Curriculum, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1981. 

    Ph.D. Botany, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1998. 

    Postdoctoral Position, Botany, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway, 1998-99. 



    Instructor, Life and Earth Sciences, Cedar Heights Junior High, Port Orchard, Washington, 1974-1980. 

    Instructor, Biology, Marine Biology, Microbiology, Anatomy, Meteorology, Kentridge High School, Kent, Washington, 1980-1994. 

    Teaching Assistant, Botany, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1995-97. 

    Instructor, Botany/Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1997-1999. 

    Lichen Collections Manager, Botany, The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois, 1999-2000. 

    Assistant Professor, Biology, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, 2000 - present. 



    Washington's Outstanding Biology Teacher Award, from NABT. 1990. 

    Outstanding Biology Teacher Award (OBTA) Director for Washington State with National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT),1991-1992. 

    Elisabeth Carey Miller Scholarship Award in Horticulture from the Northwest Horticultural Society. Spring, 1995. 

    Executive Committee: Member-at-Large. American Bryological and LichenologicalSociety. 1997-1999.  



    University of Puget Sound Faculty Research Grant, "Alpine Lichen Research in Washington State", 2001. 

    University of Puget Sound Summer Research Award for Faculty, "Alpine Lichen Research in Washington State", 2001. 

    Norwegian Marshall Fund Grant. University of Bergen, Norway. Lichens of Island Ecosystems, 1998 - 1999.  

    American Bryological and Lichenological Society, Travel Award to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1997. 

    Mazama Research Council: "The Functional Importance of Soil Surface Crusts in Alpine

    Tundra Ecosystems". W.G. Gold (PI), K.A. Glew, & L.G. Dickson. 1995 - 1996. Northwest Orchid Society, Research Grant, 1995. 

    Murdock Charitable Trust / Research Corporation. "Alpine Lichen Communities of Washington State", 1992-1994. 



    Alpine community studies in northeastern Olympic and North Cascade Mountains, 1992-1997. Collection and Identification of lichens from the Alpine Lakes area: Mount Defiance and Mason Lake; performed for the Mount Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest Service, Acquisition Section, July 1992. Lichens of Yellowstone Park, Phase II: with S. Eversman, & C.W. Wetmore, United States Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division; six weeks in summer, 1998. Improving Lichenometry for Use in Estimating the Timing of Glacial Events and Geological Hazards; with D. McCarthy; Glacier National Park, Canada, June 1998. San Juan Islands, lichen survey 1998-1999. Chicago Field Museum Foray: Poland; in conjunction with Gdansk University, Dr. Wieslaw Faltynowicz and Dr. Jolanta Miadlikowska; emphasis on lichens from forest and alpine ecosystems, 1999. Northeast Alaska, Okpilak Lake, lichen/plant successional studies in frost boils, 2000. International Sakhalin Island Project (ISIP): biotic survey and inventory of the Sakhalin Islands, Summer 2001 



    GLEW, K.A. 2001. Rare lichens of Washington State. In : Conservation of Washington's Rare Plants and Ecosystems. Proceedings from a Conference of the Rare Plant Care and Conservation Program of the University of Washington. Eds . S.H. Reichard, P.W. Dunwiddie, J.G. Gamon, A.R. Kruckeberg, and D.L. Salstrom. pp. 39-46 

    Gold, W.G., K.A. GLEW, and L.G. Dickson. 2001. Functional influences of cryptobiotic surface crusts in  an alpine tundra basin of the Olympic Mountains, Washington, USA. Northwest Science 75(3): 315 - 326 

    GLEW, K.A. 2000. Lichens from the Pacific Northwest of North America Associated with a Mediterranean Climate. International Association of Lichenology (IAL4), Abstracts: Progress and Problems in Lichenology at the Turn of the Millennium . p: 71, no. 0044. 

    GLEW, K.A. 1999. Rinodina aspersa (Borrer) Laundon new to North America. Evansia. 16(4): 168-169.   

    Eversman, S., J.P. Bennett, C.M. Wetmore, and K.A. GLEW. 1999. Lichens of Yellowstone National Park, Phase II. Final report prepared for U.S.G.S. Biological Resources Division Requisition No. R-9801448. 62 pages. 

    GLEW, K.A. 1998. Alpine Lichens of Washington I. Lichens from the NortheastOlympics and North Cascades Mountains. Mycotaxon : Lichenographa Thomsoniana, North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson . pp. 261-280. 

    GLEW, K.A. 1997. Lichens. Contributor in: Endangered, Threatened and Sensitive Plants of Washington - with working lists of Rare Non-Vascular Species. Washington Natural Heritage Program. Department of Natural Resources. pp. 50-57. 

    GLEW, K.A. 1997. Do vascular plant communities provide structure for alpine lichen  communities? Bibliotheca Lichenologia Band 68: 177-194. 

    GLEW, K.A. 1994. Range extension of the lichen Vulpicida tilesii into the Pacific Northwest of  the United States. The Bryologist . 97(1): 83-84. 



    Corinne L. Miller, Lindsey Koepke, Ty C. Jones 


    Warren Gold, Leal Dickson, Daniel McCarthy   


    Joseph Ammirati, Tor Tønsberg, François Lutzoni

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