Assistant Professor of Biology
I completed my Ph.D. in 2005 at the University of California, Berkeley. I was co-advised by Drs. Wayne Sousa and Thomas Bruns, The title of my dissertation was “Ecological factors affecting forest encroachment into coastal California grasslands”.
Afterwards, I worked as a National Parks Ecological Research Fellow at UC Berkeley and Point Reyes National Seashore. I studied interspecific competition among ectomycorrhizal fungi with Dr. Thomas Bruns.
In August 2007, I began working at Lewis and Clark College as an assistant professor of biology. Please see my C.V. for additional details about my education, research, and teaching background.
Ph.D. 2005 University of California at Berkeley
B.S. 1999 Evergreen State College