This research group studies social, political, and economic implications of alternative public policies with regard to the protection, management, and use of natural resources. The group also studies the awareness, attitudes and behaviors of individuals and groups as these relate to natural resource management.
Individual and institutional decision making with respect to natural resource management and conservation within the context of environmental change.
The role and processes of stakeholder involvement in land use planning in Indiana, consensus building, social indicators in watershed projects.
Graduate students work with their major professor and advisory committee to develop a plan of study that is customized to their individual needs.
Graduate Areas of Specialization
- Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
- Natural Resource Policy
- Natural Resource Planning
- Natural Resource Economics
- Forest Economics
Undergraduate students work with faculty and staff in the Office of Student Services to select courses that fulfill their interests and requirements of their major.
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