Conrad Marshall is an M.S. student working under Melinda Laituri and Stacy Lynn in the Ecosystem Science and Sustainability Department. His undergraduate degree was completed at CSU in 2012, earning him a B.S. in Environmental Communications. As a part of his undergraduate work, he studied abroad in Kenya with the School for Field Studies, participating in their Wildlife Management Program. This experience was the catalyst in forming his love of all things to do with East Africa, taking him back to Kenya and Tanzania on several occasions. Conrad has worked as an environmental educator with CSUÃ¢??s Environmental Learning Center and the Wildlife Clubs of Kenya, and was a Pulliam Scholar at Bobcat Ridge Natural Area, just west of Fort Collins. His work with human and wildlife interactions within their environment provided the momentum to pursue a graduate degree in Ecology.