Kaitlyn Dozler - MS Student

Kaitlyn Dozler is Master's student in Natural Resource Sciences. She joined the Applied Wildlife Ecology and Spatial Movement (AWESM) Lab in fall 2020 as an undergraduate researcher and began as a graduate student in fall 2022. As an undergraduate, she evaluated the impacts of hunting season on white-tailed deer spatial ecology in south-central Nebraska. For her Master's research, she will be researching precision livestock management using virtual fencing and its implications to wildlife. Kaitlyn is co-advised by Dr. Mitchell Stephenson.

Research Projects

Undergraduate Research: White-tailed deer spatial ecology during hunting season in Nebraska

Master's Research: Precision Livestock Management on Extensive Rangelands