Environmental and Ecosystem Science B.S. 2015 – Master’s Degree Student, Natural Resource Sciences School of the Environment
I am researching ways to better understand human/community responses to wildfire. The focus of the research that I’m involved in occurs in areas where human development intersects wild areas such as forests.
My time as an undergrad in the School of the Environment helped prepare me for grad school in several ways. Undergraduate course work was practical and provided a strong foundation that I could begin to build upon in my field of study. I was also able to establish connections with faculty members who were, along with being well respected in their perspective areas of expertise, able to help me transition to the next level of my education.