Felix Fernando

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Felix Fernando

Post-Doctoral Assistant in Sustainability

  • Post-doctoral Fellow

Profile

Felix Fernando was born and raised in Sri Lanka. He received a B.S. in Forestry and Environmental Science with a minor in Management from University of Sri Jayawardenapura. He received his MBA and Ph.D. in Natural Resources Management from North Dakota State University. In March 2016, Felix started his work at the Hanley Sustainability Institute at University of Dayton as the Post-Doctoral Assistant in Sustainability. Felix teaches in the SEE Minor program and assists with other initiatives of the institute. Felix is also a scholar at the Northern Plains Ethics Institute.

Courses Taught

  • SEE 250: Introduction to SEE
  • ASI 322: Cities and Suburbs

Research Interests

Research in Progress: Most of Felix's research focuses on the human dimensions of natural resource use.