Mauri is starting her fourth-year as a PhD Candidate in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Connecticut. While her research background is in avian ecology, her dissertation is focusing on topics related to landscape ecology, conservation planning, and exurban ecosystems.
Please explore her research and publications pages for more information.
6 Dec 2017: I wrote my first blog post! Check out my piece about teaching-intensive institutions and my experience attending a conference to learn more about faculty careers at these institutions: career.uconn.edu/blog/2017/11/30/different-flavors-of-academia/
30 Oct 2017: Just finished my first day at the "Bayesian Integrated Population Modeling" workshop hosted at Patuxent Wildlife Research Station in Maryland! Excited to continue learn these awesome statistically approaches and gain new insights for conserving fish and wildlife species. #nerdtastsic
10 Oct 2017: It has been incredibly rewarding to be involved with the Sype-a-Scientist Program, which was started by a fellow UConn grad! Learn more about the program at: