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PhD, Transdisciplinary Agroforestry Researcher

Samantha Bosco

Dr. Samantha Bosco is currently an Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education postdoctoral fellow with the National Agroforestry Center (NAC), and will be a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Wisconsin in 2024. She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 2022. Her transdisciplinary and community-based dissertation examined the past, present, and future role of temperate nut trees in both Haudenosaunee and non-native communities in New York. She was a 2021 Botany in Action Fellow with the Phipps Conservatory and was awarded a Social Justice Award by the Cornell Graduate and Professional School, and has since helped organize and deliver TLGB+ justice, equity, and inclusion conversations across agriculture and ethnobiology communities.


National Agroforestry Center (until Jan 2024), Postdoctoral Research at University of Wisconsin (starting Jan 2024)

Areas of Expertise

Scientist, Professor, Creative

Publications / Website Link

Address: Ithaca, NY
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