David Wilson | Webster University

David Wilson

David WilsonAdjunct Faculty
School of Education




David A. Wilson has taught as an Adjunct Professor at Webster University since 2002. His speciality is sustainability, watershed management and planning, and experiential education. As an environmental planner at East-West Gateway Council of Governments from 2002 to 2017, Professor Wilson developed watershed plans for the Meramec River and the St. Louis Region's plan for sustainable development, OneSTL, completed in 2013. At Webster University, he has taught SUST 1100 Enhancing Campus Sustainability, involving students in plans and activities to improve campus health and vitality; and SUST 4500 Sustainability In Action, which prepares students for work beyond college through experiences with multiple informational interviews, and volunteering with non-profits or businesses in the sustainability sector. He also teaches SCIN 1610, When Rivers Run Wild: Watersheds, Floods & Risk, cross-listed in Sustainability.

Outside of Webster University, he serves as the Chairman of the Meramec River Recreation Association and is a member of several other boards. He previously developed and taught the long-running Eco-Act, environmental leadership program for high school students at Missouri Botanical Garden. He has a Yale University B.A. and a Washington University M.A.