Seth Ganzhorn

Program Coordinator and Senior Instructor, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences

Office: 541-706-2030

Tykeson Hall

Tykeson Hall 323

1500 SW Chandler Avenue

1500 SW Chandler Avenue
Bend, Oregon 97702
Ph.D., Ecology, Fordham University and The New York Botanical Garden
M.S., Ecology, Fordham University
B.S., General Science (minors: Biology and Chemistry), University of Oregon
A.A., Central Oregon Community College
Honors and Awards: 

Fulbright Research Fellow to Brazil (2011)
Shering-Plough Endowed Fellowship (2010)
Outstanding Science Student COCC (2002)

Professional Affiliations: 

Ecological Society of America
Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation

Profile Field Tabs


Seth is an instructor in the natural resources program in the College of Forestry at OSU-Cascades. Before returning to Central Oregon, Seth was a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the Department of Biological Sciences at Fordham University. Additionally, he spent 1.5 years in the biodiversity hotspot of the Atlantic forest in Bahia, Brazil researching habitat fragmentation. His research integrates field-based experiments, molecular ecology, and spatial analysis to answer biological questions with ecological, economic, and conservation implications to find solutions to environmental challenges. Seth is particularly interested in the reproduction, dispersal, recruitment, and genetic diversity of forest species. Seth also worked for the Deschutes and Ochoco National Forests as a field botanist and fire ecologist.

Learn more about Dr. Ganzhorn's Whitebark pine tree study: