Dr. Megan LinskeInstructor of Wildlife Biology
Dr. Linske is an adjunct faculty member of Unity College and a postdoctoral research scientist at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station’s Center for Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. She earned her Ph.D. and Master’s in Natural Resources with a concentration in Wildlife Biology from the University of Connecticut and a B.S. in Environmental Science with minors in Chemistry, Biology, and English Literature from Nazareth College. Megan has been an instructor for several courses in Wildlife Management as well as co-hosted biological tours to countries such as Costa Rica and South Africa.
Her current research investigates the dynamics at play in overly mature woodland habitats and how the lack of stratification causes a reduction in wildlife diversity and abundance.