Graduate research assistants
Kamana Chamlagain, MS
Originally from Nepal, Kamana is a GRA MS student in Forest Resources at University of Arkansas at Monticello. She is working in a research project granted by US Endowment for Forestry and Communities: DEI Strategy for an Inclusive Workplace in Forest and Wood Products Sector (DEI In Work).
Eden Rozing, MS
Eden is a GRA MS student in Forest Resources at University of Arkansas at Monticello. I am serving as Eden's MS committee member and working together with her for Dr. Rubino's grant in trophy hunting.
Nikolaus Christiawan, MS
Niko is a fast-track MS student in IPB University, Indonesia, investigating wood utilization in construction. After co-advising Niko's BS thesis, I continue to serve as his MS committee member.
Undergraduate research assistants
Kathy Young, BS
Originally from Indonesia, Kathy is an undergraduate student at Oregon State University, majoring in Forest Engineering with a minor in Forestry. Kathy and I worked on two projects: (1) evaluating undergraduate research experiences, and (2) wood vs concrete construction materials. For the first project, we had a joint publication on Wood and Fiber Science.
Emily Jones, BS
Emily holds a B.S in Natural Resources with a specialization in forest ecosystems from Oregon State University. Emily and I worked on a forest higher education project with a publication in the pipeline.
Taylor Barnett, BS
Taylor holds a B.S in Natural Resources and a minor in Psychology from Oregon State University. Taylor and I worked on Women's Leadership project and published two peer-reviewed articles on Forests and Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research.