Paleontology, Geoscience Education
|Office||Fribourgh Hall 313|
|PhD||Geology||2011||University of Tennessee|
|MS||Geology||2007||University of North Carolina Wilmington|
|BS||Geology||2005||University of North Carolina Wilmington|
Background and Interests
My research interests include all things marine, but my passion has always been echinoderms. I am interested in understanding echinoderm paleoecology and the connections between extinct and modern species. Although my interests vary, I am most interested in paleoecology, taphonomy, and predator/prey interactions in both ancient and modern communities.