Ashley Case

Adjunct Instructor of Environmental Studies

Contact Information


Office Hours

  • Thursday 9:15 am - 9:45 am
  • Note: Or by appointment.

Ashley Case has been teaching Introduction to Environmental Science at UNCA since Fall 2016. Prior to being at UNCA, she was a Teaching Assistant for Tree Biology lab, Forests and Forestry in American Society and Forestry, and Wildlife & Fisheries while working on her master’s degree.


  • B.S. University of North Carolina Asheville
  • M.S. University of Tennessee Knoxville

Courses Taught:

  • ENVR 130 Introduction to Environmental Science


  • Case, A. E., A. E. Mayfield, S. E. Schlarbaum, S. L. Clark and B. C. Reynolds. [2016]. "Abundance and Frequency of the Asiatic Oak Weevil [Coleoptera: Curculionidae] and Defoliation on American, Chinese, and Hybrid Chestnut [Castanea]." THE JOURNAL OF INSECT SCIENCE 16[1]:29. doi: 10.1093/jisesa/iew012.
  • Case, A. E. [2015]. "Interactions among insect defoliation, insecticide treatments, and growth rate in American and hybrid chestnuts." Thesis (Masters)-University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 72 pp.
  • Case, A. E., A. E. Mayfield, S. E. Schlarbaum, S. L. Clark, and A. M. Saxton. [2014]. "Interactions among insect defoliation insecticide treatments and growth rate in American and hybrid BC3F3 chestnut seedlings." 19th CENTRAL HARDWOOD FOREST CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, pages 362-363, Carbondale, IL.
  • Case, A. E., A. E. Mayfield, S. L. Clark, and S. E. Schlarbaum. [2012]. "Frequency and abundance of the Asiatic oak weevil on American, Chinese, and hybrid chestnut in the southern Appalachian Mountains." The American Chestnut Summit, October 2012; Asheville, NC. [Poster presentation]

Professional Interests:

  • Environmental Science Education
  • Environmental Justice
  • Sustainability