Dr. Becky Thomas is an Assistant Professor at SRU. After completing her bachelor¹s degree at Penn State, she worked as a practitioner in the field of environmental education and interpretation before pursuing masters and doctoral degrees at Colorado State University. Becky¹s research interests include conservation and development in addition to human dimensions of wildlife conservation with an emphasis on evidence-based conservation education and collaborative conservation. She has worked with state fish and wildlife agencies on conservation education program evaluation in several locations including Montana, Nebraska, Hawai¹i, Colorado and Pennsylvania. She has also worked on collaborative conservation projects with the United States Geological Survey and the Bureau of Land Management. Becky is a foodie who enjoys traveling, cooking, eating, hiking and training her two golden retrievers for competition obedience.
Ph.D., Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, 2015, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. M.S., Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, 2012, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. B. S., Wildlife and Fisheries Science, 2005, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Becky Thomas
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