Assistant Professor - BioRegional Planning
ENVS 6200 Bioregional Analysis and Planning
Compilation and analysis of data for assessing biophysical socio-economic features of landscapes, and for evaluating impacts of land-use policies across both landscapes and time. provides real-world learning experience in working with stakeholders and agency decision-makers.
ENVS 6210 Bioregional Managment and Policy
Continuation of ENVS 6200. Assessment of land-use policies across landscapes and time, with an emphasis on evaluating consequences of community growth via the generation and analysis of future development and management alternatives.
LAEP 6890 Seminar - Thesis Proposals and Procedures
Explores preparation of thesis proposals and abstracts. Discussion of graduate degree completion requirements and procedures.