A Caltech Neuroscientist Turned Conservationist

The September issue of Outdoor Magazine has a profile of alumnus Richard Jeo (PhD '98). He now works for the Nature Conservancy as a conservation biologist, after earning his PhD in computational neuroscience and doing research. He says, "We need more people in conservation who are smart enough to be chief economists for big corporations. That’s what it will take to address the huge threats our planet faces." [MORE]