Tara Miller

Biology

Tara Miller is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Biology. She graduated from Williams College in 2015 with a major in Biology and minor in French. She worked in plant ecology research in Norway and Maine, wildlife management in Arizona, and wildlife advocacy in New York. Her doctoral research focuses on the effects of climate change on plants and wildlife in North America, using herbarium specimens and wildlife rehabilitation records. She continues to speak French (to her cats) and find mountains to climb.

Tara Miller contributes to her advisor Dr. Richard Primack’s lab blog:
Botanical Gardens are Ripe for Research

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Check out Tara’s talk about her research at the 2021 URBAN Spring Symposium here!

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