My teaching and research interests focus on wildlife management, biostatistics, ornithology, tropical ecology, and citizen science. I work with students in and outside of classes on these topics. My work frequently has a strong quantitative approach; I incorporate both standardized and state-of-the-art field techniques and statistical analyses to robustly examine research questions and hypotheses of interest. I often work closely with a wide variety of stakeholders, including state and federal agencies, non-profit conservation organizations, research collaborators and universities, and the general public.
I’m looking forward to connecting with many Antioch students while teaching classes, conducting research, and advising. I aspire to provide opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience conducting field work, analyzing data, and writing scientific reports, while also interacting with organizations, agencies, and the general society. I strive to help students develop a strong foundation of skills that they can use in future roles as environmental professionals.
I am always looking to collaborate on projects, within Antioch or outside of the university. Please contact me if you have similar interests and are interested in collaborating.