Conservation Governance Lab at Auburn University, United States Location: Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, 602 Duncan Drive Auburn AL 36839 Timeline: Spring 2022 through Summer 2023 (5 semesters/ just under 2 years) Salary: Stipend and tuition fully covered by assistantship Last date to apply: November 25, 2021 Start date: the applicant mustContinue reading “Coral Reef Conservation Masters Assistantship “
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October 13 at the Perdido Key Community Center we will participate in a coastal decision-maker workshop. We will be administering a survey on coastal policy-making there for National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine-funded research project.
Conservation Policy and North American Wildlife PhD Assistantship Conservation Governance Lab at Auburn University, United States Location: Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, 602 Duncan Drive Auburn AL 36839 Timeline: fall 2021 (3 year assistantship) Salary: Stipend, benefits, and tuition fully covered by assistantship Responsibilities: Serving as a teaching assistant and research assistantContinue reading “Funded PhD Position open”
In 2020, I was awarded a National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Early Career Fellowship. 20 Scientists were selected for this honor, with research focused on a sustainable Gulf of Mexico. For more information, please visit the NASEM site. I am using this award to study public policy of red snapper and otherContinue reading “2020 National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) Early Career Fellow”
Tomorrow, Monday November 4, 2019, I will be presenting a talk in Dr. David Yoskowitz’s organized session, “Social and natural sciences: When the stars align…or don’t.” I will be presenting on my research on coral reefs as socio-ecological systems. Specifically, I will discuss how different ecological response variables respond slowly to socio-economic drivers (i.e. managementContinue reading “2019 Coastal Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Conference Presentation”
Today I am giving a guest lecture for Dr. Wayde Morse in his People and the Environment Class. The slides are attached below: