I am a Professor in the Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Department at Colorado State University and serve as the Director of the new Collaborative for International and Field Experiences. Within this collaborative I direct NR 220 – Natural Resources Ecology and Measurements – at the CSU Mountain Campus (video). NR 220 is a 5-credit, interdisciplinary, field experiential summer course required by many of the majors in the Warner College of Natural Resources. I also direct the Wildlife Conservation in Baja, CS program offered at the CSU Todos Santos Center in Mexico. I am also involved in the Semester at Sea program (CSU is the academic partner) and have sailed as faculty (Fall 17) and as Academic Dean (Fall 19).
You can learn more about me and my laboratory by exploring this web site.