B.S. – Lipscomb University
M.S. – University of Tennessee
Ph.D – University of Tennessee
Teaching Award of Merit, North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture – 2006 Outstanding Teacher Award, Lipscomb University – 1999
Associate Professor of Environmental Science at Abilene Christian University – 4 years
Former Environmental Science Program Director for Lipscomb University
Graduate Research Assistant at The University of Tennessee – 5 years
Currently consults on developing academic programs for environmental programs at higher education campuses
Gallaher is the original author of the environmental science program at Lipscomb University and Abilene Christian University.
Gallaher has been consult for other programs at universities and colleges around the nation.
He has consulted on various sustainability projects in a variety of developing nations in Central America and Africa.
Gallaher has published numerous articles and presentations in the following journals:
·Journal of Food Composition and Analysis
·Journal of the Weed Science Society of America
·American Society of Agronomy
·Proceedings of the Southern Conservation Tillage Conference for Sustainable Agriculture
·Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science
Gallaher is a member of the Association of Environmental Sciences and Studies, Tennessee Academy of Science, Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists, and American Society of Agronomy among other honor societies.
He spent time in Nicaragua doing research on the international influence of biofuels.
His research interest is in ethnobotany, herbal medicines, and policy sustainability.