Graduate Research Assistant
Area(s) of Expertise:
Boundary spanning/co-production of science
Margaret is an interdisciplinary Ph.D. student within the Arctic and
Northern Studies program at UAF, with M.S. in Arctic Engineering and B.S.
in Civil Engineering. Her research is on co-production of knowledge with
Alaska Native communities on climate change research. Specifically,
Margaret is studying evaluation and success metrics as well as the roles
of boundary spanners.
Graduate Advisor: Sarah Trainor
Graduate Project Description:
Evaluation and boundary spanners in
Arctic co-Production of knowledge
research with Alaska Native communities