Employing Model-Based Reasoning in Socio-Environmental Synthesis (EMBeRS)

EMBeRS Research Collaborators

EMBeRS is a collaboration between researchers in earth and environmental science education and learning scientists. The project is led by Dr. Deana Pennington (University of Texas at El Paso).

Current academic investigators include:

Dr. David Gosselin (University of Nebraska at Lincoln)
Dr. Kate Thompson (Queensland University of Technology)
Dr. Shirley Vincent (Vincent Evaluation Consulting, LLC)

Previous contributers include:

Dr. Gabriele Bammer (Australian National University)
Dr. Antje Danielson (Tufts University)
Dr. Julia Gouvea (Tufts University)
Dr. Geoffrey Habron (Warren Wilson College)
Dr. Roderic Parnell (Northern Arizona University)
Global Council for Science and the Environment

The EMBeRS project benefited from support from the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), funded by the National Science Foundation award DBI-1052875. SESYNC continues to support the project with through informal collaboration with Dr. David Hawthorne and Dr. Cynthia Wei.