Elizabeth A. Koebele is a doctoral candidate in the Environmental Studies (ENVS) program at the University of Colorado Boulder, a research affiliate with CU's Center for Science and Technology Policy Research (CSTPR), and a Graduate Research Fellow with NSF's Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC). She holds BAs in English literature and secondary education from Arizona State University's Barrett, the Honors College, and an MS in Environmental Studies from CU Boulder. Elizabeth's research focuses broadly on environmental policymaking in a changing world. Using a theoretically-rigorous, mixed-methods approach, her dissertation research investigates stakeholder interactions and policy change in three collaborative water governance processes in the Colorado River Basin. She is also involved in research on the role of information in wildfire mitigation, stakeholder participation in environmental regulatory processes, policy learning in response to floods, and transitions toward sustainability in urban water management. Elizabeth's research has been funded by CU's Graduate School, the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy, and CU's Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences (CARTSS), among others, and has been published in numerous academic journals. Elizabeth also has extensive university-level teaching experience, having served as an instructor for both ENVS and the Program for Writing and Rhetoric (PWR), as well as a Lead Graduate Teacher with CU's Graduate Teacher Program (GTP). Please inquire for a CV or copies of publications.