S. Scott Ogletree

PhD Candidate and Researcher in Parks and Conservation, Clemson University

Scott Ogletree is currently a PhD candidate at Clemson University studying at the intersection of natural and human systems. He also is employed in research on visitor use in National Parks and has worked in the area of private conservation. Using computational and spatial tools he examines how people and their environment interact. His dissertation research explores how crime and urban greenspace are related across a broad sample of cities.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate and Researcher in Parks and Conservation, Clemson University

Education

  • 2011 
    Clemson University, Masters of Landscape Architecture