University of North Dakota
Assistant Professor, University of North Dakota
Susan earned her B.S. in Biology at Penn State University (2005) and a Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology and Management from the University of Georgia (2010). She is currently as Assistant Professor in the Biology Department at the University of North Dakota. Susan’s research interests include studying wildlife populations and animal behavior relative to management actions, land use, and environmental changes using new and emerging technologies, such as nest cameras and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Susan also collaborates with computer scientists to evaluate methods of storing, filtering, and analyzing large ecological image and video datasets including through the use of a web-based citizen science project (Wildlife@Home). Specifics of her projects can be found on her website: http://und.edu/faculty/susan-felege/index.cfm.