Courtesy Assistant Professor
Dr. Grodsky is a broadly trained, applied wildlife ecologist. He specializes in the emerging field of renewable energy ecology. Dr. Grodsky’s research program informs sustainable energy development in anthropogenic biomes to facilitate conservation and management of natural resources, including soils, plants, wildlife, and ecosystem services. In addition to his appointment with DNRE, he is an Assistant Unit Leader in the New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and the Co-founder and Co-Director of the Wild Energy Initiative.