I’m an environmental economist that enjoys studying economics, physics, ecology, mathematics, and many other things. In my research, I try to use ideas from all sorts of fields. Most of my work focuses on the structural modeling of bioeconomic systems.
I am teaching Environmental Economics (ECO 212) and Advanced Econometrics (ECO 356) this Fall. In the former, I try to convert environmental science students into economists, and in the latter, I get to show how statistics is much, much more than “number-crunching.”
Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2020
University of California, Davis
B.S. Physics and Economics, 2015
Rochester Institute of Technology