M.S., Earth Sciences, Montana State University, 2006
B.S., Planning and Resource Management, Brigham Young University, 2004
Jeremy is a PhD candidate with research interests focused on the historical and contemporary urban environments of the American West. Jeremy is currently writing his dissertation that focuses on the relationship between environmental amenities and urban redevelopment in the cities of the Inland Northwest. His research combines the nature-society theories of urban environmental history and urban political ecology to explore the ‘nature of gentrification’ in Coeur d’Alene, ID and Spokane, WA. Jeremy’s dissertation committee includes Robert Wilson (advisor), Tom Perreault, Don Mitchell, and Matthew Klingle (Bowdoin College). While a graduate student at Syracuse, Jeremy taught Geography 103: America and the Global Environment through University College. Jeremy completed his BS in Planning and Resource Management from Brigham Young University and his MS in Earth Sciences from Montana State University.