Damon Hall, Assistant Professor
Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering
Damon Hall’s research examines interactions between social and ecological systems where science, policy and culture meet. It is problem-oriented and audience-focused, addressing questions of how to make usable knowledge for transitions toward sustainability. He is currently working on long-term water resources planning, engaging citizens in stream data collection for hydrologic modeling and citizen-engaged policy approaches to address declines in native bee diversity and abundance.
- Ph.D. in Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University
- M.A. Communication, Purdue University, 2004
Water resources policy and planning
Human dimensions of natural resources