Shari Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Human Dimensions of Wildlife at Clemson University
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Shari is currently a faculty member at Clemson University. She teaches courses in the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology program at Clemson and conduct research in the areas of human dimensions of wildlife. Shari's research interests include: human dimensions of wildlife conservation and management; conservation on private lands; economic incentives; private lands stewardship; and human-wildlife interactions and conflicts; recreational hunting behavior; attitudes, perceptions and behaviors towards wildlife. She completed her Ph.D. at North Carolina State University in the Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology program, with a focus on Human Dimensions in 2012.

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  • Clemson University
    Assistant Professor of Human Dimensions of Wildlife