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University of Texas, Austin
Integrative Biology
Computer Modeling and Simulation of Climate Change Impacts on Biodiversity


Bruce Rudy began graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin in the Fall 2005, working with Dr. Camille Parmesan. Bruce's research interests include modeling the impacts of climate change on the community ecology of aquatic organisms. Prior to returning to graduate school, Bruce spent six years working with Enron Corporation in a variety of domestic and international roles. Throughout his time at Enron, Bruce was focused on analyzing and modeling complex financial transactions. Bruce also worked with Green Mountain Energy Company as a Manager of Environmental Affairs. In this capacity, Bruce's primary role was the analysis and modeling of the burgeoning international carbon market. Bruce has a MS from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in Aquatic Ecology and an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in Mechanical Engineering and Marketing.