Dr. Diana Doan-Crider
|Specialization||Landscape ecology (fire and wildlife), wildlife interactions with humans, and place/culture adapted education|
|Education||Ph.D. Texas A&M University-Kingsville and Texas A&M University
M.S. Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Range and Wildlife Management
B.S. University of Montana
|Address||Diana Doan-Crider, PhD
Animo Partnership in Natural Resources, LLC
Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Ecosystem Science & Management, Texas A&M University
PO Box 1626
Medina, TX 78055
Diana collaborates with her peers at ESSM in the areas of landscape ecology (wildlife and fire related) to develop tools that help land users adapt better to stochastic events such a drought and wildfire, and to reduce conflict with wildlife. She also works to enhance departmental opportunities that increase academic, experiential learning, and employment opportunities for students from Minority Serving Institutions and remote areas. She teaches summer field courses where she familiarizes students with public lands issues, agency/tribal employment opportunities, ecology and biology, and field skills such as GIS/GPS technology.
Diana and her husband, Cody, live on their family ranch in Medina, Texas.