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Graduate Students

Cristina is a masters student studying protected areas in Central America

Megan is a geography student who studies public participation in national parks.

Mackenzie is a geography graduate student.

Sam is a political science graduate student studying environmental politics

Stephanie is an IAD graduate student working on agricultural practices

Kristin is a first-year doctoral student in Ecology studying the interplay of community water management and regional water management in the San Joaquin Valley as it relates to the human right to water. Prior to coming to Davis, Kristin served as Regional Water Management Coordinator at Community Water Center in Visalia. She holds a degree in Environmental Analysis from Pitzer College. Kristin is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow (2017-2022), Fulbright Fellow (2013-2014) and Udall Scholar (2012).

Alumni

Paul Sabatier passed away in 2013, but we still consider his legacy as a important founding element of CEPB. Paul is most famous for his development of the "Advocacy Coalition Framework", along with an unrelenting devotion to high quality scientific research and standards. His research addressed the following topics: Analysis of factors affecting change in public policy over a period of several decades; the role of scientific information in that process; policy implementation; belief systems of policy elites; land use and air pollution policy in the U.S. and western Europe; water quality at San Francisco Bay and Lake Tahoe; factors affecting the success of multi-stakeholder watershed partnerships; and the application of multiple theories (particularly the Advocacy Coalition Framework) to this question.

Matthew directs the Lodi Winegrape Commission’s viticulture research projects, grower outreach programs, and the Lodi Rules for Sustainable Winegrowing certification program. He came to the Commission in 2012 after earning a PhD under Mark Lubell. While at Davis he worked on the Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior's sustainable viticulture project. His dissertation research focused on the effectiveness of agricultural extension programs and sustainability certification programs in California viticulture. In his current position at the Commission Matthew collaborates with university researchers and Lodi growers to implement applied research projects with the aim of developing practical solutions to real-world viticulture challenges.

I'm a postdoctoral researcher in the department of Environmental Science and Policy. I use approaches from evolutionary ecology to study the social and cultural processes that shape individual behavior in environmental contexts. I’m particularly interested in how behavior and policy interact to shape sustainability. I use theoretical models, behavioral experiments and observational data collection using surveys and interviews to examine these issues.

I am interested in balancing conservation goals and agricultural production needs, and determining how on-farm management practices influence ecosystem processes. My current fieldwork in Costa Rica explores provision of ecosystem services in tropical farming systems. Other projects include research on conceptual frameworks used in ecosystem assessment and environmental mitigation in California. Before entering the Ecology program at UC Davis, I studied anthropology at Loyola University Chicago and worked with non-profit groups in Chile, Argentina, and San Francisco. Kelly is now an assistant professor at Loyola University

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