Department of Plant Biology, University of Vermont
Steve got his B.S. from Juniata College in Pennsylvania before working as a biologist for the National Park Service in Colorado. From there, he ventured northward to do a Master's in biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks with Kent Schwaegerle, where he studied breeding system evolution in arctic-alpine plants. Steve got his Ph.D. at the University of Virginia with Doug Taylor on the population genetics of invasive species, followed by post-doc research at the University of Minnesota in Peter Tiffin's lab working on population genomics in Populus. After 3 years (2011-2014) on the faculty at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Steve joined the Department of Plant Biology at the University of Vermont.
List of Projects
|Genomic Analysis of Climate Change Responses in Northeastern Red Spruce Forests||Project Lead/Principal Investigator||2015-09-01||Ongoing|
|Climate Adaptations of Different Red Spruce Populations Across its Range||Participant||2015-08-15||2016-11-01|