Kelly Dunning

Kelly Dunning

Assistant Professor of Conservation Governance

Office: 3223
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Faculty Website, kellyheber.com/
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Degrees:
BA, University of Florida, 2009, Political Science
MSc, Oxford, 2012, Environmental Policy
PhD, MIT, 2016, Natural Resource Management, Planning Policy

Expertise: Dunning is an expert in the topics of conservation governance, socio-ecological systems, coastal ecosystem management, coastal hazards, environmental policy, biodiversity conservation, participatory methods, and regional expertise in Southeast Asia and Congo Basin and East Africa.
Teaching Responsibilities: Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and Conservation Planning
Research Interests: Ecosystem governance, socio-ecological systems, human dimensions of natural resources, coral reef management, ecotourism, coastal hazard mitigation, resilience, adaptive management, community forestry, international development.