Sallie Dehler graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Florida with a B.A. in Anthropology and a double minor in Latin American and African Studies. As an undergrad, Sallie studied contemporary Mayan culture abroad in the Yucatan and worked on an archaeological dig in southern Ethiopia. Sallie is currently working with Dr. David Hoffman on his project in Costa Rica funded by the National Science Foundation. Her research interests include sustainable tourism, community-based conservation, and political ecology.
Thesis Title: Green Motives: Understanding the Relationship Between Tourism and Migration to Edges of National Parks in Costa Rica.
Major Professor: David Hoffman
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