Ms. Audrey McCombs

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Graduate Student, co-major PhD student in Ecology and Statistics

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.

Area of Expertise: 
Ecological statistics
Education: 
B.A. Philosophy, UC Berkeley, 1992
M.A. Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1997
M.F.A Creative writing and environment, Iowa State University, 2016
Contact
3406 Snedecor Hall