Dr. Sarah Fritts
Office: CASNR Annex 127
Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 2014
I have been involved with a variety of research, but my primary focus is on wildlife response to global change, particularly in the context of climate change and energy development. My research aims to apply current statistical methodologies to assess mechanisms responsible for shifts in population demography to better inform conservation efforts.
My position at Texas Tech is strictly research; however, I taught Wildlife Ecology and Management at North Carolina State University.
The Wildlife Society Leadership Institute 2015 alum and current committee member; South Central Climate Science Center member; Science by the Glass (monthly seminar series designed to open dialogue between climate scientists and the community) developer and organizer; Running for office for the Southwest Chapter of TWS in 2016; currently increasing involvement in the TWS Climate Change and Wildlife Working Group