IASNR3 - PNG

(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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Hua Qin

Trained as an environmental and resource social scientist with emphasis on human population dynamics and sustainable development, Dr. Qin has a diverse academic background in sociology and rural sociology, demography, geography, environmental science as well as mixed and spatial methodological research. His interdisciplinary training and research experience focus on analyzing social and cultural aspects of […]

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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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Jill Weiss

I have been working in the environmental field for over 20 years. I am an interdisciplinary scholar seeking opportunities to collaborate on social science and conservation research especially related to environmental stewardship, behavior and management, communication, and resilience in bioregions. Research: Out of my studies in conservation networks, we have the following projects active in […]

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