Corrin Winter - MS Student

Corrin Winter is a Master’s student in the School of Natural Resources. They joined the Applied Wildlife Ecology and Spatial Movement (AWESM) Lab in fall 2020. Their thesis research focuses on bridging our understanding of farmer’s and landowner’s constraints to precision agriculture and conservation adoption. Their long-term goal is to find sustainable solutions to ecological problems by understanding all side’s point of views and interests. Creating viable solutions to positions traditionally viewed as juxtaposed. Their research interests are in human dimensions, law, socio-economics, and predator-livestock dynamics. Corrin is also a part of the Human Dimensions lab within the School of Natural Resources, led by Chris Chizinski

Research Projects

Constraints to Precision Agriculture Adoption