Centre for Urban Ecology and Sustainability (CUES),
School of Human Ecology
Suresh Babu is an Ecologist engaged in teaching and research at the School of Human Ecology (SHE) at Ambedkar University. His Doctoral research work was on the ecology and patterns of natural resource use of Great Nicobar Island, in the Andaman and Nicobar Archipelago. He joined the interdisciplinary team at the School of Human Ecology in July, 2011 as an Assistant Professor.
He began his post-doctoral research career as a Research Scientist with the Centres of Excellence programme of the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India. Over subsequent years he has worked in the area of Conservation Biology, Ecological Restoration, Invasive Species Management, Ecological Networks, Social-Ecological Systems and Ecological Economics. He has researched and taught at post-graduate level at the School of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi before moving to AUD. He is an active member of Professional Societies in the area of Ecology, Ecological Restoration, Conservation Biology and Ecological Economics, and is an editor and reviewer for several reputed journals in these areas.
At Ambedkar University he has held responsibilities in the academic administration in various capacities. He has been the Dean, Student Services; Director, AUD Incubation and Entrepreneurship Centre and Dean, School of Human Ecology in the recent past. Presently he is the Dean, School of Undergraduate Studies and Director, Centre for Urban Ecology and Sustainability. He maintains his primary teaching responsibilities at the School of Human Ecology.
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