Kevin is an Undergraduate Research Assistant at the Center. He is a post-baccalaureate student with a Bachelor of Arts in History from Oregon State University and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Fisheries and Wildlife at OSU. His area of concentration is in conservation biology focusing on the human dimensions of fisheries and wildlife management. He hopes to promote the conservation of carnivores through working with people to understand their perspectives and try to find sustainable solutions. Kevin has volunteered with Ph.D. students in the Fisheries and Wildlife Department, helping with barred owl research and the Mt. Emily Wolf-Cougar Study. He also served as the Vice-President of the Fish and Wildlife Club and was a fellow in the College of Agricultural Sciences Leadership Academy for the 2017-2018 academic year. Kevin recently returned from an internship in Cape Town, South Africa where he worked on the Gantouw Project which uses eland as a vegetation management tool. Currently, he is serving as a student board member for the Friend of the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex.