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Bethlehem, PA 18015
Tel: (610) 758-2672
Awarded in 2015 in recognition for outstanding research in the social sciences.
Awarded in recognition for outstanding teaching of first-year students at Western Illinois University.
Awarded on a competitive basis to students who show promise for rapid completion of their dissertation.
Awarded in recognition of research and activism in the West River Watershed and neighborhoods along the West Haven and New Haven town lines. Our project blended the natural and social sciences with community leadership to help improve the environments of residents.
This assistantship allowed me to work with world-renowned ethnobotanist Brent Berlin to analyze data and develop new research. This included preparation of two major succesful grant applications to the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation.
This was a competitive grant that allowed me to lead an interdisciplinary team of researchers studying the biological and social effects of potential ecological restoration along the Connecticut shoreline.
This scholarship was crucial for helping me to pay tuition to study for a masters degree at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Lehigh University
Research Coordinator, Environmental Initiative, Lehigh University
Production Editor, Journal of Ecological Anthropology
Topic Editor, Encyclopedia of Earth
Associate Editor, Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
Ph.D., University of Georgia, Ecological Anthropology
Master of Forest Science, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
B.S., Geography, Southern Connecticut State University
ENGLISH - primary, SPANISH - secondary, TZELTAL (Maya) - intermediate, GERMAN - basic
"Scientists believe in proof without certainty: most people believe in certainty without proof."