Dr. Corinne Knapp

Dr. Corinne Knapp
Assistant Professor of Environment & Sustainability, and Integrative Land Management MEM Coordinator
B.A., University of Colorado
M.S., Colorado State University
Ph.D., University of Alaska
Office Location: 
Kelley Hall 106
Departments: 
Master in Environmental Management Department
Environment & Sustainability Department
Academic Program: 
Environment & Sustainability
Master in Environmental Management (MEM)
MEM Integrative Land Management Track

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Dr. Corrie Knapp, who will be an assistant professor of Environment & Sustainability and coordinator for the MEM in Integrative Land Management. Knapp has considerable experience with Gunnison Valley, where she has done research and shared ideas on climate-adaptation planning in the Gunnison Basin. She holds a PhD in Human Ecology from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. In addition to her position with the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, which brings together landowners and public lands agencies around the question of climate adaptation, Knapp previously served as the farm co-manager and program coordinator for Denver Urban Gardens.

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