Katherine is a PhD student in the Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology program at Arizona State University. Her work focuses on understanding how the public engages in environmental regulation through Environmental and Social Impact Assessments. She aims to study National Marine Sanctuaries in her dissertation. When not doing research, Katherine enjoys playing Dungeons and Dragons and exploring her national parks.
Scholar in Risk Innovation Lab; Center for Smart Cities and Regions; Center for Enginneering, Policy, and Society
Masters of Science and Technology Policy, Arizona State University
B.S. Oceanography, University of Washington
Public engagement in policy
Coastal communities and marine development
Learning through game design and play
Civic Science for Environmental Futures Collaborative