Samuel Fahrner - Ph.D. Student
Tahoe Vista, CA
Ecology and management of forest insects
B.S. Evolution, Ecology and Biodiversity (Minor: Spanish), University of California, Davis
M.S. Entomology, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Since they can be problematic (ecologically and economically), insects are great to study for those with an interest in applied ecology.
Why University of Minnesota?
I came here to work with Brian Aukema (masters). I stayed here (PhD) because I like working with Brian, like the department, and enjoy living in the Twin Cities. My favorite thing about UMN is the diversity of people, programs and resources on campus.
Burritos, watching soccer and basketball, travel, friends, family.
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