Hunter T. Snyder

  • JSEP Graduate Fellow

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems, and Society

Hunter Snyder is a PhD Student in the Program in Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems and Society. He is committed to advancing the study and capability of livelihoods that depend upon living marine resources. His ethnographic research has focused on fisheries, subsistence livelihoods, and social-ecological disruptions in the Arctic. At the Dickey Center, Hunter participates in the Joint Science Education Program (JSEP), a National Science Foundation grant to the Institute of Arctic Studies. JSEP takes high school students from across the country to Greenland for unique hands-on science activities. As a graduate student and JSEP Fellow, he conducts research in Greenland and teaches/mentors the JSEP high school students. In Greenland, he is focused on understanding the relationships between individual fishing behavior and changes in regulations.

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