education and training
- Ph.D. in Geography, Arizona State University - (Tempe, Arizona, United States) 2015
- M.A. in Geographic Information Science, Clark University - (Worcester, Massachusetts, United States) 2007
- B.A. in Geography, Clark University - (Worcester, Massachusetts, United States) 2006
- Casellas Connors, J., & Rea, C (2022). Violent Entanglements: The Pittman-Robertson Act, Firearms, and the Financing of Conservation. Conservation and Society. 20(1), 24-24.
- Edelblutte, E., Short Gianotti, A. G., & Connors, J. (2021). Perceptions, concerns, and management of white-tailed deer among municipal officials. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 1-21.
- Connors, J. P., & Short Gianotti, A (2021). Becoming Killable: White-tailed deer management and the production of overabundance in the Blue Hills. Urban Geography. 1-23.
- Loisel, J., Casellas Connors, J. P., Hugelius, G., Harden, J. W., & Morgan, C. L (2019). Soils can help mitigate CO2 emissions, despite the challenges.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 116(21), 10211-10212.
- Sullivan-Wiley, K. A., Short Gianotti, A. G., & Casellas Connors, J. P (2019). Mapping vulnerability: Opportunities and limitations of participatory community mapping. Applied Geography. 105, 47-57.
- Casellas Connors, J., & Rea, C (2022). Fewer Americans are hunting, and that raises hard questions about funding conservation through gun sales. - An article submitted to The Conversation
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; Geography; 3147 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3147