Matthew Selinske

Matthew is a PhD candidate investigating human behaviour in incentivised conservation programmes.

As an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota, Matthew graduated with a Fisheries and Wildlife degree and received his Conservation Science MSc from Imperial College of London.

Matthew’s previous research focuses on the effectiveness and social outcomes of voluntary stewardship programmes on private lands in South Africa. His work experiences include landscape restoration in the US Midwest, urban habitat restoration and community engagement in New York City, and six years in West Africa in protected area management and primate conservation.

Matthew’s research is supported by RMIT University and the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions.

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