DRI / DIRECTORY / DONNA MORLOCK
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Donna Morlock [she]
Program Specialist III

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science Degree – Major: Natural Science / Minor: Geology

Towson University / Towson, MD

Education

Antioch New England Graduate School, Environmental Studies-Conservation, Biology, PhD, 2005
Dissertation: CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CALIFORNIA GNATCATCHERS (POLIOPTILA CALIFORNICA): FOCAL SPECIES RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION IN URBAN LANDSCAPES

University of California, Santa Cruz, Environmental Studies, Natural History and Wildland Conservation, BA, 1996
Thesis: EFFECTS OF HUMAN ENCROACHMENT ON TWO SHORESIDE BIRDS: CHANGE IN HABITAT AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS (1996)

University of California, Santa Cruz, Fine Arts-Emphasis Photography, BA, 1996
Senior Show – Solo Exhibit: Four sisters-the Power of Imagination. Immersive experience utilizing audio, projections, framed images, and hand-made photo books.

Second Attempt (Fresh Table):

Degree Year Institution Area
Ph.D. 2005 Antioch New England Graduate School Environmental Studies-Conservation, Biology
Dissertation: CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CALIFORNIA GNATCATCHERS (POLIOPTILA CALIFORNICA): FOCAL SPECIES RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION IN URBAN LANDSCAPES
B.A. 1996 University of California, Santa Cruz Environmental Studies, Natural History and Wildland Conservation
B.A. 1996 University of California, Santa Cruz Fine Arts-Emphasis Photography

Third Attempt (Separate Table-LInes & Cell Widths):

Degree Year Institution Area
Ph.D. 2005 Antioch New England Graduate School Environmental Studies-Conservation, Biology
Dissertation: CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CALIFORNIA GNATCATCHERS (POLIOPTILA CALIFORNICA): FOCAL SPECIES RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION IN URBAN LANDSCAPES
B.A. 1996 University of California, Santa Cruz Environmental Studies, Natural History and Wildland Conservation

First Attempt:

Degree Year Institution Area
Ph.D. 2005 Antioch New England Graduate School Environmental Studies-Conservation, Biology
Dissertation: CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF CALIFORNIA GNATCATCHERS (POLIOPTILA CALIFORNICA): FOCAL SPECIES RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION IN URBAN LANDSCAPES
B.A. 1996 University of California, Santa Cruz Environmental Studies, Natural History and Wildland Conservation
Thesis: EFFECTS OF HUMAN ENCROACHMENT ON TWO SHORESIDE BIRDS: CHANGE IN HABITAT AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS (1996)
B.A. 1996 University of California, Santa Cruz Fine Arts-Emphasis Photography
Senior Show: Solo Exhibit: Four sisters-the Power of Imagination. Immersive experience utilizing audio, projections, framed images, and hand-made photo books.