In this episode, Confluence interviews Michelle Terwilliger, Ph.D. candidate in Forestry and Conservation Sciences at UM. Terwilliger is winner of the P.E.O. award which honors female graduate students making a distinctive contribution to education. In our conversation, Terwilliger discusses her work with Montana EPSCoR where she manages a statewide research program. Terwilliger also describes her love for research, the complexity of infinitely variable human beings, and the community of researchers at UM. This episode is the second in a 3-part series exploring the power of collaborative work in natural resource conservation and highlighting the role of three dynamic, independent female scholars at UM.
Length of Episode
16 minutes, 39 seconds
Digital File Format
University of Montana--Missoula. Graduate School, "Michelle Terwilliger (Ph.D.) Forestry and Conservation Sciences" (2022). Confluence: A Podcast. 69.