Elizabeth A. Albright
Elizabeth A. Albright
Assistant Professor of the Practice of Environmental Science and Policy Methods
Elizabeth's current research centers on how policies and decisions are made in response to extreme climatic events. Further, she is interested in collaborative decision making processes, particularly in the realm of water resource management. She has received a grant from the National Science Foundation and a Fulbright Scholarship to support her scholarship. The Midwest Political Science Associated recently awarded Elizabeth the 'Best Paper by an Emerging Scholar' award at their national conference. Her geographic regions of interest include the southeast US and Central and Eastern Europe. Prior to completing her Ph.D. Elizabeth worked for the State of North Carolina in water resource management.
In The News
Crow, DA, Albright, EA, and Koebele, E. "Evaluating Informational Inputs in Rulemaking Processes: A Cross-Case Analysis." Administration & Society 49, no. 9 (October 2017): 1318-1345.
Kondash, AJ, Albright, E, and Vengosh, A. "Quantity of flowback and produced waters from unconventional oil and gas exploration." The Science of the total environment 574 (January 2017): 314-321.
Crow, DA, Albright, EA, and Koebele, E. "Environmental rulemaking across states: Process, procedural access, and regulatory influence." Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34, no. 7 (November 2016): 1222-1240.
Chernick, M, Ware, M, Albright, E, Kwok, KWH, Dong, W, Zheng, N, and Hinton, DE. "Parental dietary seleno-L-methionine exposure and resultant offspring developmental toxicity." Aquatic toxicology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 170 (January 2016): 187-198.
A Computational Model of Resources and Resilency: Deploying the Elements of National Power for Strategic Influence awarded by Office of Naval Research
Collaborative Research: Community Recovery and Colorado's Extreme Floods of 2013: Policy Learning in the Context awarded by National Science Foundation
Resilience of Agroecosystems in Northern Tajikistan: A Combined Field and Modeling Study of Water Sustainability Under Changing Social-Environmental Conditions awarded by Purdue University
ARTS&SCI 396: Bass Connections: Interdisciplinary Team Projects (ARTS&SCI 396: Bass Connections: Interdisciplinary Team Projects)
ENERGY 795: Connections in Energy: Interdisciplinary Team Projects (ENERGY 795: Connections in Energy: Interdisciplinary Team Projects)
ENVIRON 593: Independent Studies and Projects (ENVIRON 593: Independent Studies and Projects)
ARTS&SCI 396-1: Bass Connections: Interdisciplinary Team Projects (ARTS&SCI 396-1: Bass Connections: Interdisciplinary Team Projects)
PUBPOL 275: United States Environmental Policy (PUBPOL 275: United States Environmental Policy)
area(s) of expertiseDecision Analysis Environmental Policy Water Quality Advisor: ENV Doctoral Program
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Durham, NC 27708-0328
D.R., Duke University (2009)