Corrin is a Master’s student in the School of Natural Resources. She joined the Applied Wildlife Spatial Ecology Lab in the fall of 2020 and will be working on a project bridging our understanding of farmer’s and landowner’s views on conservation. Her long-term goal is to find sustainable solutions to ecological problems by surveying all side’s point of views and interests. Creating viable solutions to positions traditionally viewed as juxtaposed. Her research interests are in human dimensions, predator-livestock dynamics, and spatial ecology.