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EDUCATION

  • 2016. Ph.D., Environmental Psychology, Graduate Center at the City University of New York (CUNY), New York, NY.
  • 2013. M.Phil., Psychology (with Distinction), Graduate Center at the City University of New York (CUNY), New York, NY.
  • 2012. M.A., Psychology, Graduate Center at the City University of New York (CUNY), New York, NY.
  • 2009. B.A., Biology and Psychology, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA.

Grants and fellowshipS

  • 2015-2016. Sarah Baker Memorial Fund, Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative ($2,000).
  • 2015-2016. Graduate Center Dissertation Award, Graduate Center at CUNY ($5,000, tuition).
  • 2015-2016. Doctoral Students Research Grant, Graduate Center at CUNY ($1,500).
  • 2015. Student Conference Travel Award, Graduate Center at CUNY ($300)
  • 2010-2015. Enhanced Chancellor's Fellowship, Graduate Center at CUNY ($93,000 & Tuition).
  • 2013. Student Conference Travel Award, Graduate Center at CUNY ($300).
  • 2013-2014. Doctoral Student Research Grant, Graduate Center at CUNY ($1,050).
  • 2013. Leanne Rivlin Travel Award, Graduate Center at CUNY ($300).
  • 2009. Thomas J. Watson Fellowship Finalist, Swarthmore College.

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2015. Travel Grant for the Society of Policy Scientists Annual Institute ($1,000).
  • 2014. McNulty Scholars Graduate Assistant Award, Hunter College ($2,000).
  • 2013. Distinguished Honors for Second Doctoral Exam, Graduate Center at CUNY.
  • 2009. Leo Leva Memorial Prize for Excellence in Biology, Swarthmore College ($900).
  • 2005-2009. Thomas Nash Scholar, Swarthmore College ($15,000, Annually).
  • 2006-2009. National College Athletic Association Academic-Athletic Honor Roll.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    • 2017-Present. Program Manager: Future West, Bozeman, MT.
    • 2015-Present. Assistant Lacrosse Coach: Bozeman Lacrosse, Bozeman, MT.
    • 2015-Present. Research Associate: The Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, Jackson Hole, WY.
    • 2016-2017. Intern: Predator Friendly Enterprise Network, Bozeman, MT.
    • 2016. Grant Writing Consultant: Montana State University Department of Earth Sciences, Bozeman, MT.
    • 2015-2017. Communications and Office Consultant: Big Sky Insulations, Inc., Bozeman, MT.
    • 2015. Environmental Research Intern: Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Bozeman, MT.
    • 2013-2014. Graduate Assistant: Provost Office, Hunter College, New York, NY.
    • 2013-2015. Administrative Assistant: The Child Development & Learning Center, Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.
    • 2011-2016. Research Assistant: Public Environmental Engagement Research Group, Center for Human Environments, New York, NY.
    • 2011-2014. Research Assistant: Sustainability Working Group, Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.
    • 2010-2011. Research Assistant: The Children's Environment's Research Group, Center for Human Environments, New York, NY.
    • 2009-2010. Head Primate Research Assistant: The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund at Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.
    • 2008. Research Assistant: Machado Ecology Lab, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA.
    • 2008. Penguin Colony Intern: New England Aquarium, Boston, MA.
    • 2007. Research Assistant: The School for Field Studies, Queensland, AUS.
    • 2007. African Veldt Intern: Oakland Zoo, Oakland, CA.
    • 2006. Research Extern: World Wildlife Fund, Washington, D.C.

    PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    • 2014-2015. Writing Across the Curriculum Instructional Fellow: School of Professional Studies at CUNY, New York, NY.
    • 2013. Childcare Instructor: The Child Development & Learning Center, Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.
    • 2012-2013. Lecturer: "PSYCH100: Introduction to Psychology" (Undergraduate), Psychology Department, Hunter College, New York, NY.
    • 2011-2012. Teaching Assistant: "PSYCH100: Introduction to Psychology" (Undergraduate), Psychology Department, Hunter College, New York, NY.
    • 2009-2010. Docent: The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund at Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.
    • 2009-2010. Extended Day Educator: Lake Forest Elementary School, Sandy Springs, GA.
    • 2006-2009. Senior Writing Instructor: Swarthmore College Writing Center, Swarthmore, PA.

    PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

    • 2018-Present. Board of Directors Member: Greater Gallatin Watershed Council, Bozeman, MT.
    • 2011-2016. Co-Founder: Public Environmental Engagement Research Group, Center for Human Environments, New York, NY.
    • 2014. Conference Assistant: The National Congress for Conservation Biology, Missoula, MT.
    • 2012-2013. Student Committee Secretary: Division 34 of the American Psychology Association.
    • 2013. Conference Assistant: The Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA.
    • 2013. Conference Assistant: Feminism, Materialism, & Mattering, New York, NY.
    • 2009. Conference Assistant: The Annual Orangutan Husbandry SSP Workshop of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.

      COMMUNITY SERVICE

      • 2011-2015. Vendy Awards Volunteer: The Street Vendor Project, New York, NY.
      • 2013. Volunteer Lacrosse Coach: Long Island City High School Varsity Women's Lacrosse Team, Queens, NY.
      • 2012-2013. CSA Volunteer: Hellgate Community Shared Agriculture, Queens, NY.
      • 2000-2013. Soup Kitchen Volunteer: Eva's Kitchen, Paterson, NJ.
      • 2007. Megachiropteran Bat Hospital Volunteer: Pteropus House Hospital, Queensland, AUS.
      • 2007. The Restoration of the Atherton Tablelands (T.R.E.A.T.) Volunteer: Yungaburra Community Center, Queensland, AUS.

      DEPARTMENTAL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE

      • 2010-2016. Committee Member: Nature, Ecology, & Society, CUNY, New York, NY.
      • 2011-2014. Co-Founder: Sustainability Working Group, Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.
      • 2011-2013. Executive Committee Member: Environmental Psychology Program, Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.
      • 2010-2011. Housing Committee Member: Environmental Psychology Program, Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.

      CONFERENCE, SYMPOSIA, AND EVENT LEADERSHIP

      • 2018. Co-Coordinator: "The Upper Yellowstone Watershed: Together Charting A Course for Its Future." With D. Glick & W. Tilt. West Creek Ranch Collaborative Conservation Workshop, Emigrant, MT.
      • 2018. Co-Organizer: “Are You Achieving Your Conservation Goals? A Workshop on Organizational Evaluation and Monitoring, Part II.” With D. Glick & R. Carpenter. Future West Capacity-Building Workshop, Butte, MT.
      • 2017. Co-Organizer: “Sustaining the New West: Conservation Challenges, Conservation Opportunities.” With D. Glick & R. Carpenter. Future West Conference, Bozeman, MT.
      • 2017. Co-Organizer: “Are You Achieving Your Conservation Goals? A Workshop on Organizational Evaluation and Monitoring, Part I.” With D. Glick & R. Carpenter. Future West Capacity-Building Workshop, Butte, MT.
      • 2014. "Speaking of/to Power: Narratives and Power in the Spectrum of Field Research." With S. Buchbinder, B. Dubois, K. Hackett, & K. Reilly. Temple Critical Geography Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
      • 2014. Co-Organizer: "The Second Annual Undergraduate Research Conference." With C. Bowman, E. Friedman, A. Nicols-Grinenko, J. Pipitone, J. Tang, & R. Verni. Hunter College, New York, NY.
      • 2014. Co-Organizer: "Authors Meets Critics Panel: The People, Place, and Space Reader." With C. Cahill & G. Donovan. The Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Tampa, FL.
      • 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011. Co-Organizer: "The Annual Nature, Ecology, & Society Colloquium." With B. Dubois, S. Fisher, L. Hurson, B. Kimiagar, D. Lee, M. Marinova, & J. Pipitone. Graduate Center at CUNY, New York, NY.
      • 2013. Co-Organizer: "Psychological Underpinning of Engagement in Environmental Issues." With B. Bloodhart & D. Lee. The Annual Meeting of the American Psychology Association, Honolulu, HI.

      PUBLICATIONS

      Peer-Reviewed Articles

      • 2019 (In Preparation). Jaicks, H.F. Trekking a Predator's Journey: The Paths' through the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. In A. Colombino & J.E. Steinkruger (Eds.), Methods in Human-Animal Studies: The Question(s) of the Animal(s) in Practice. New York: Routledge.
      • 2018 (In Press). Carter, N., Bruskotter, J., Vucetich, J., Crabtree, R., Jaicks, H.F., Karns, G., Nelson, M.P., Smith, D., Linnell, J.D.C. Toward Human-Wildlife Coexistence Through the Integration of Human and Natural Systems: The Case of the Grey Wolves in the Rocky Mountains, USA. In B. Frank, S. Marchini, & J. Glikman (Eds.), Human-Wildlife Interactions: Turning Conflict into Coexistence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
      • 2011. Stoinski, T.S., Jaicks, H.F., & Drayton, L.A. Visitor Effects on the Behavior of Captive Western Lowland Gorillas: The Importance of Individual Differences in Examining Welfare. Journal of Zoo Biology, 30:1-14.

      Other Publications

        rESEARCH INTERESTS

        Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conflict; Critical Animal Geography; Science and Technology Studies; Political and Cultural Ecology; Human-Wildlife Conflicts; Qualitative, Feminist, and Phenomenological Research Methods; Animal Studies; Production and Construction of Knowledge; Place Attachment, Identity, and Environmental Attitudes; De-Colonizing Approaches to Animal Management; Large Carnivore Conservation; Citizen Science; Environmental Politics, History, and Thought; Multi-Species Methodologies.

        REFERENCES

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