Jeremiah is a PhD student at CU-Boulder working with Dr. Bruce Goldstein. Broadly, Jeremiah is interested in coupled natural-human systems (CNH) and the complex ways in which science, technology and natural resource management play out on the policy landscape. More specifically, Jeremiah is interested in how collaborative networks evolve and build capacity for adaptation and resilience to system shocks, and how policies are shaped by (or shape) natural resource management.
Before joining the Goldstein lab at CU-Boulder, Jeremiah worked for >20 years as an fisheries biologist and aquatic/landscape ecologist with Federal and State agencies, universities and private and non-profit consulting firms throughout the Western United States. He holds an Honors Bachelor of Science in Fisheries and Wildlife, a Master of Science in Quantitative Fish Ecology and a Masters of Public Policy from Oregon State University.