Dr. Jeremy Bruskotter is Associate Professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University, where his research centers on understanding conservation-related judgments, decisions and behaviors, and their intersection with conservation policy. Jeremy holds a PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Minnesota and an M.S. from Utah State University.
Much of his recent work is focused on understanding decision-making concerning large carnivores, including Yellowstone grizzly bears and wolves.
Jeremy also earned a bachelor’s degree in Art from Western Michigan University, and worked as a commercial artist for nearly a decade. His work, which has been published in books and websites, marries his love of photography with the natural world.