FR: University of Oregon (USA)
TO: Cambodia (Fieldwork)
PhD candidate in Environmental Sciences, Studies, and Policy (ESSP), an interdisciplinary program at the University of Oregon (UO). Has a BS in Marine Biology/Zoology with a pre-veterinary focus and a minor in Women’s Studies from Humboldt State University. Earned an MS in Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences from Texas A&M University for a thesis titled, “Behavioral Development of Dusky Dolphins.” Completed a Master’s Paper in Sociology at UO titled, “The Struggle of a Small Community for Ethnic Renewal in the Face of Coloniality: The Whale Hunters of Neah Bay.” Completed a Graduate Certificate in Marine Resource Management at Oregon State University (OSU). Her areas of interest include: environmental sociology, environmental justice, social movements, globalization and development, marine biology, international and indigenous issues, marine biology, marine resource management, human dimensions in marine conservation, and wildlife policy and law .
To contact this fellow, email the Sylff Association at sylff[a]tkfd.or.jp (replace [a] with @).