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(936) 337-8589

(936) 337-8589

IASNR3 - PNG

(936) 337-8589

IASNR3 - PNG

Kindra Jesse De’Arman

Kindra De’Arman is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Oregon in the department of sociology. Her research and professional experience focus on environmental decision-making in USFS and BLM managed areas. Particular topics include public participation, settler colonialism, and the socio-cultural use of science. Her dissertation further explores these topics by analyzing how the BLM […]

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Casey Taylor

My research focuses on how stakeholders, communities, and government institutions interact in the creation and implementation of natural resource policies and management plans. I use a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze the roles played by science, trust, and collaboration in decisions surrounding natural resources, including wildlife management, water quality management, and energy […]

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Milton G. Newberry, III

I serve as the Director of the Sustainable Technology Program at Bucknell University, where I guide the development and implementation of its vision and actions. With a love for teaching, I have extensive background in informal STEM education, sustainability, and environmental conservation. Additionally, I have a research focus in environmental stewardship motivations and barriers, DEIJ […]

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Carla Koons Trentelman

I teach sociology at a primarily undergraduate university, a teaching and learning school. Among other classes, I teach an environmental and natural resource sociology course, and have also taught the sociology of water. My research has focused on Great Salt Lake, and in studies working with undergraduate students, on perspectives about water, water use and […]

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