First Generation College Students
Co-Director, Center for Protected Area Management
Jim Barborak is a multilingual specialist in protected area planning and management with over 40 years experience in over 25 nations
Senior Research Scientist, Joint Faculty Appointment-Assistant Professor, Director Larval Fish Lab
Senior Management II, Joint Faculty Appointment-Professor, MS and PhD Graduate Advising
Ecology and conservation biology
Wildland fire science across spatial and temporal scales
Instructor, Undergraduate Coordinator, and Internship Coordinator
Internships, career preparation, event planning, natural resource ecology and measurements.
Program Coordinator for Conservation Leadership
Leadership development with emphasis in environmental education.
Assistant Professor/Undergraduate Advisor
insect ecology, herbivore-plant interactions, invasive species/biocontrol, climate change ecology, rangeland productivity, animal behavior
I am a seismologist and geophysicist interested in understanding deep Earth structures and their effects on past and present tectonics and landscapes.
Advancing the use of biometrics, remote sensing, and quantitative models in natural resources.