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University of Hawaii - assistant professor
Ph.D., Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and Program in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior, Michigan State University. December 2002 Dissertation: Effects of human activities on birds across landscapes in the Midwest
M.S., Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison. August 1996 Thesis: Can altricial nestlings compensate for ephemeral reductions in food abundance?
B.S., Department of Biology and Department of Geology, Hope College, May 1993 Major: Biology, and Geology Minor: Chemistry NSF-REU Project: Behavioral preferences and digestive correlates of reducing sugars and lipids in the American Robin (Turdus migratorius).
My interests focus on understanding the linkages between landscapes, people, and species in order to inform management, conservation, and policy.