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Emily is an ecologist and environmental educator who has a passion for connecting people with opportunities that allow them to explore and learn about the natural world. Emily began teaching at MIAD in January 2020 and offers Natural Science courses including Entomology, Animal Behavior and Patterns in Nature. She is also currently the Restoration Ecologist at Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum where she uses science-informed management practices to care for and restore the Sanctuary’s 90 acres of land.

Emily earned her undergraduate degree in Biology and Natural Resources from Northland College and her Graduate degree in Ecology from Utah State University.

Scholarly work: Arthropod Assemblages in Invasive and Native Vegetation of GSL Wetlands