I am a non-traditional PhD student enrolled in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology program, housed in the Statistics department, and co-majoring in ecology and statistics. My current projects involve studying plant-pollinator mutualisms and landscape genetics of Parnassius butterflies in Grand Teton National Park. I am interested in graph theory and networks, specifically ecological networks, and my future research will focus on network statistics and emergent properties of complex, dynamic networks.
Ms. Audrey McCombs
Graduate Student, co-major PhD student in Ecology and Statistics
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B.A. Philosophy, UC Berkeley, 1992
M.A. Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1997
M.F.A Creative writing and environment, Iowa State University, 2016