Amy's research focuses on how youth can be supported to become effective advocates for conservation through intergenerational dialogue with adults, which include the youth's family, educators and the wider community.
- Graduate Student
- M.S. & Ph.D. Student in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management
- B.A. in Animal Behavior & Studio Art, Franklin & Marshall College
Adviser: Danielle Lawson
Amy is excited to explore the indirect impacts of environmental programs, including intergenerational learning and the influence of a program over multiple years: Environmental Education, Intergenerational Learning, Indirect Impacts of Multi-Year Programs, Climate Literacy
RPTM GSA Secretary 2021-2022, 2022-2023