Graduate and Undergraduate students work on a wide variety of projects ranging from modeling population growth of understory species to quantifying the variation in, and importance of, seed embryo size.
Heidi was raised in the Bay Area of California, and received her BS in Environmental Science from the University of New Mexico in 2017. After graduation, she worked in ecological restoration of forests and river systems in the Pacific Northwest, as well as ecological assessment and monitoring across Northern California and Nevada. Her desire to inform land management decisions led her to pursue a MS at NAU. Heidi’s research interests are on wildfire disturbance regimes, their effects on plant communities, and response to increased drought stress with climate change..
NSF Graduate Research Fellow
NAU Presidential Fellow
Ethan grew up in rural Oklahoma, but moved west and earned a BA in Environment and Sustainability at Western Colorado University. After a few years working in the northern Rockies, the desire to further his education led him to NAU. Ethan’s main research interests involve plant community responses to the effects of a changing climate, specifically involving wildland fire and reduced snowpack.
Jaelyn Rambo – NAU SES Class of 2022
Abby Harman – NAU SES Class of 2022
- Ashlee Wolf (2018-2020)- Plant Conservation and Restoration Specialist, BLM
- Tyler Annetts (2018-2020) – Ecological Site Specialist, NRCS
- Ella Samuel (2019 – 2021) – Research Ecologist, USGS
- Mallory Decker (2020-2021) – Interns2Scholars intern
- Paige Thompson (2019-2021) – Interns2Scholars; HURA fellow; NASA Space Grant
- Zoe Klein (2020-2022) – Mono Lake Committee
Want to work with us?
I am always interested in highly motivated students! Please email me a brief introduction, a statement of research interests and experiences, and an unofficial transcript! My goal is to help you reach your career goals, so students interested in careers inside and outside of academia are encouraged to apply!