Impacts of nature experience on human cognitive function, mood, and emotion regulation; accounting for mental health in ecosystem service assessments; environment and well-being
B.A., Philosophy, Princeton University, cum laude
MESM (Master of Environmental Management), Donald Bren School, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ph.D., Environmental Resources, Stanford University
- ESRM 381 | Management of Wildland Recreation and Amenities (3) - Autumn
- SEFS 550 | Nature and Health (2) - Winter
- SEFS 561 | Public Presentation in Urban Horticulture (2) - Spring
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