The majority of my education has been in the field of wildlife conservation. I received my undergraduate degrees in Biology and Environmental Science from EWU in 2009. I was an AmeriCorps Intern for 2 years at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. For the past 3 summers I have worked as a field technician monitoring wildlife and wildlife habitats for a habitat restoration project through Eastern Washington University and the Upper Columbia United Tribes. For my Masters' research I am investigating the sensory modalities used in underground navigation by the northern pocket gopher (Thomomys talpoides).
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