B.A. Biology: The College of Wooster (August 1997-May 2001)
Independent Study Thesis: "The distribution and vocal behavior of coyotes in
Wayne County, Ohio"
M.S. Fisheries and Wildlife Science: New Mexico State University (August 2002-
Thesis: "Prairie dog reintroduction to a desert grassland alters arthropod
communities and enhances prey resources for burrowing owls"
Ph.D. Biology: Northern Arizona University (August 2005-December 2010)
Dissertation: "The effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on chemical element
cycling in an oak woodland: understanding the impact of global change on the
response of nutrients and toxins in soils and plants" Dr. Bruce A. Hungate,