Wildlife conservation, animal behavior, endocrinology
Drew is a PhD student at George Mason University in the Environmental Science and Public Policy program. His broad interests include animal behavior and wellbeing, wildlife conservation, human-animal interactions, and social and environmental justice. As part of the American Institute of Rhinoceros Science (AIRS) project, his current research incorporates a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach toward studying rhino behavior and wellbeing in North American zoos. He is particularly interested in developing skills and projects involving behavior monitoring, endocrinology, physiology, and demography of endangered species both in the wild and in human care settings.
M.A. Anthropology, The Ohio State University
B.S. Evolution and Ecology, The Ohio State University