2016, M.S. Michigan State University, Fisheries and Wildlife
2013, B.S. Augustana College, Biology and Pre-Medicine
Alex strives to better understand feedbacks in human-environment systems, such as how actors are influenced by policy and in return how actors are able to shape policy. His work focuses on quantifying such relationships and integrating social information with fine-scale spatiotemporal wildlife data to identify the mechanisms driving human-wildlife conflict.