Undergraduate thesis: Reimagining “Nature”: Diversifying Agriculture and Developing an Integrated Understanding of Humans and the Environment
2014 – B.A. Biology and Environmental Studies, Swarthmore College
2022 – PhD Environment and Resources, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Broadly, I am interested in applying ecological and interdisciplinary research to further the sustainability of agricultural systems. I am particularly interested in pollination ecology, specifically understanding how local management and landscape features interact to influence wild pollinators and how pollinator behavior impacts the delivery of pollination services. My thesis project focuses on the ways in which pollinator plantings and habitat availability impact the richness, abundance, and nesting success of wild bees in pickling cucumber.
Backpacking, hiking, cooking, gardening, board games
Rutgers University Extension Fact sheet FS1280: “Supporting Bees in Your Garden and on Your Farm”