I am currently a PhD student with Eileen Lacey in the Department of Integrative Biology and Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley. I study wildlife ecology, behavior, and stress, and am especially interested in understanding how animals respond to and cope with environmental change. Even more broadly, I'm fascinated by the ways that individual-level phenomena (behavior, physiology) can have population- and community-level impacts. I use a combination of field, lab, experimental, and observational methods. I am also interested in science communication, education, and outreach. My dissertation research focuses on chipmunks in Yosemite National Park & Inyo National Forest, CA.