Andrew J. Dennhardt
I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University. Here at Michigan State, I am primarily advised by Dr. Brian Maurer as well as secondarily advised by Drs. Phoebe Zarnetske, Elise Zipkin, and Gary Roloff. With respect to research, I am broadly interested in species distributions, individual animal movements, group demography, and environmental factors, all of which shape wildlife population dynamics on the landscape. In addition to my research, I enjoy getting outside and exploring the world around us. I also enjoy sports such as football, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, and rugby.
Biodiversity Biogeography Computational Biology Conservation Biology Ecology Ecosystem Science Environmental Sciences Mathematical Biology Scientific Computing & Simulation Spatial & Geographic Information Systems Statistics Zoology