Cynthia Coleman is a master’s student in the Department of Society and Conservation at the University of Montana and a fellow in the BRIDGES program. Born and raised in San Bernandino, California, Coleman is also an enrolled member of the native village of Unalakleet, Alaska. Coleman came to the University of Montana to research how agricultural hemp contributes to tribal sovereignty. She will complete her master’s work this fall and will enter the Forest and Conservation Sciences Ph.D. program in the spring of 2020 at the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, where she will be a Sloan Scholarship recipient.
Length of Episode
4 minutes, 21 seconds
Digital File Format
University of Montana--Missoula. Graduate School, "Cynthia Coleman: Society and Conservation (M.S.)" (2019). Confluence: A Podcast. 2.