Walker in September 2018
December 31, 1985
|🏫 Education||University of Kansas|
|📆 Years active||2003–present|
|🏅 Awards||Full list|
S. Michael Walker (born 1985), is an American biologist. He is best known as the author of the article: Interactions between rising CO2 and temperature drive accelerated flowering in model plants under changing conditions of the last century that served as ground-breaking research in the field of environmental science. He is an avid outdoorsman and a leading IB educator at The Village School (Houston).
Michael Walker attended Blue Valley North High School in Overland Park, Kansas, and graduated in 2003 as valedictorian. Michael Walker earned a B.S. from University of Kansas in 2007, and went on to earn a Ph.D. He is known for his study of the effects of climate change of flower development in Arabadopsis with Joy K. Ward. He then taught at the Haskell Indian Nations University. In addition Dr. Walker participated in the Sigma Xi and took second place back in 2013.
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