Department of Entomology and Nematology
Charlie recently finished his PhD at the University of Vermont where he was a Gund Institute for Environment graduate fellow. His PhD research examined how landscape and farm management affect the multiple benefits provided by wild bees. His current research generates maps of pesticide application to better understand when and where bees are at risk. Other interests include multiple dimensions of biodiversity, conservation planning, agricultural management, ecosystem services, and community and landscape ecology. Charlie is co-supervised by Dr. Neal Willams and Dr. Elina L. Niño, and is supported by funds from USDA Invasive Species and Pollinator Health Unit.