Science communication, community engagement, and collaboration are important parts of being a scientist. Whether it's working in the classroom or discussing my research with the general public, I enjoy sharing my work and expertise with a broader audience.

In & Out of the Classroom

Screen shot of 17 tiles- each one is a person participating in a Zoom meeting
A woman stands on the left side of the image wearing a teal jacket, black pants, and blue facemask. Her arms are extended forward as she gestures towards a group of college students, also wearing facemasks and facing the woman. The students are lined up along a leaf-covered road on the right side of the image. Trees with yellow and green foliage in the background.

I've had the pleasure of giving guest lectures in both classroom and fieldtrip settings. I met with students from the Transitions Program at Poway Unified School District, CA on a recurring basis in 2020 - 2021 to talk about wildlife, wolves, and my experiences studying animals. I also gave several guest lectures in UW's Environmental and Resource Assessment course about using camera traps for wildlife monitoring. I enjoy connecting with students and getting them excited about wildlife research and conservation.

In the Media

03/25/2021: The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife produced a short film about the Washington Predator-Prey Project. The documentary team did a phenomenal job telling the story of this massive collaborative study through breathtaking video footage, camera trap images, short interviews, and mesmerizing graphics.

01/23/21: The Wildlife Society featured our study about compensatory immigration in wolf packs.

12/29/20: The Capital Press covered our research published in Animal Conservation:

12/25/2020: The Lewiston Tribune featured our research about wolf immigration and harvest. They came up with a pretty great headline too! Check out the article:

12/21/2020: The Spokesman-Review featured our research that was published in Animal Conservation:

07/27/20: The Wildlife Society featured our research about wolf howling behavior and howl surveys on their website. Check out the article:

The July/August 2019 issue of The Wildlife Society's "The Wildlife Professional" featured our published study about harvest and wolf pack turnover!