"I grew up in northeast Ohio and graduated from the University of Akron with a BS in Biology. After graduation I worked as a biology intern with a county park in Ohio. In this capacity, I was involved with a variety of projects including radio tracking coyotes, mist netting bats, small mammal surveys, endangered plant monitoring, and invasive species control. I began my Masters' program in Fall 2011 and I am researching biotic and abiotic factors affecting the foraging activity of bats over wetland habitats.
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