Dr. Jennifer Schieltz is a lecturer and director of NREM's Rod and Connie French Conservation Camp in Montana. She is broadly interested in wildlife biology, animal behavior, and conservation, especially in large mammals. She completed her PhD at Princeton University where she studied the effects of cattle grazing on wild ungulates in Kenya and worked with land managers to promote livestock-wildlife coexistence. She grew up in Ohio and attended undergrad at Washington and Lee University in Virginia. Dr. Schieltz teaches courses on campus during the fall and spring, and runs the French Camp in Montana and teaches field ecology there during the summers. Other interests include science communication, outreach, downhill skiing and horseback riding.
Dr. Jennifer M Schieltz
French Conservation Camp director
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PhD, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University, 2017
B.S., Biology, Washington & Lee University, 2008