School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida
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Short BioThe natural world holds many wonders in my eyes. Exploring them through various lenses is what I enjoy doing. Currently, I am the lab manager for the Hulcr lab. I make sure that projects are on a forward trajectory, help manage the bark and ambrosia beetle collection, and help my colleagues along the way. My interests are in community ecology, especially in understanding how dynamics within natural and modified systems work like the symbiosis between bark beetles and fungi. Along with this understanding, spreading the knowledge and bringing awareness to people about these problems and their possible solutions is something I value.
- 2014-2016: B.S. in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida
- 2012-2014: A.A in Biology, Miami-Dade College