Research Professional | 907-786-6388 | adroghini (at) alaska.edu
Amanda received a B.Sc. in Environmental Biology from McGill University and a M.Sc. in Ecology from the University of Alberta. Her research interests include northern ecosystems, carnivore conservation, and movement ecology. In the past year, she has co-taught a field course in southern Africa, completed her thesis on the effects of snow on wolf movements, and conducted fieldwork on black-tailed prairie dogs in Grasslands National Park. In her spare time, Amanda alternates between indulging her passion for the outdoors with her big city upbringing. She enjoys nature photography, baking, traveling, and hiking.