Maggie Sinner is currently pursuing her M.S. in Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management in Dr. Michael Morrison's lab at Texas A&M University College Station. Her research focuses on the recovery of small mammal communities following prescribed burns at the El Sauz Ranch.
Maggie is originally from Cody, Wyoming. In 2017, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Colorado State University, where she studied the behavior and evolutionary ecology of Trinidadian guppies in Dr. Kim Hoke's research lab. She has broad research interests in community ecology and wildlife conservation. After completing her degree, Maggie hopes to work for a state agency focusing on wildlife management and mitigating human-wildlife conflict.