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Adrianne Kroepsch


Adrianne Kroepsch

Liberal Arts and International Studies
Colorado School of Mines
Stratton Hall
1500 Illinois Street
Golden, CO 80401

Tel: 303-384-2565


Adrianne Kroepsch studies environmental governance in the American West with an emphasis on how discourse, data, and deliberation shape governance processes and outcomes. She has active projects on water, energy, and wildfire. She draws theoretically and methodologically from political ecology, science and technology studies, and environmental policy. Kroepsch prioritizes cross-disciplinary collaboration and public engagement in her work. She earned a MA and PhD from the University of Colorado Boulder in geography and environmental studies, respectively. While at CU, she was also a graduate instructor and researcher at the Center of the American West and a co-founder of the Colorado Water and Energy Research Center. Her undergraduate degree is in science and technology studies from Cornell University. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, Kroepsch worked for several years as a journalist covering science and technology policy in Washington, D.C.