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Originally from Virginia, Amanda Rosenberger was an assistant professor with the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences at the University of Alaska Fairbanks from 2006 to 2012. She earned an undergraduate degree from Bard College at Simon's Rock in 1994, a master's from the University of Florida in 1997, and a PhD from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2003. She also has worked at the U.S. Forest Service Boise Aquatic Sciences Laboratory, served as the Assistant Unit Leader of the Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in Columbia, Missiouri, and as the Assistant Unit Leader of the Tennessee Fisheries Cooperative Research Unit in Cookeville, Tennessee. Amanda's research interests are in the ecology and conservation of freshwater fishes with an emphasis on the role of ecological processes in shaping fish distributions, population characteristics, and community structure. She is particularly interested in relationships between fish and physical and biotic features of the environment and how human intervention, non-native species, and climate change can alter those relationships.