Office: Behavioral Sciences A208
Position: Graduate Teaching Assistant
Department: Communication Studies
Emily hails from Colorado and devotes as much time as possible to her writing, travel, and scholarship. Her interests lie in collaborative research and how communication methods can enhance or inhibit civic engagement. She holds an M.A. from the University of Denver in Conflict Resolution and received her B.A. in Communication Studies, along with a minor in Environmental Horticulture, from CSU. She is a first generation college student and a champion of the Land-Grant Mission. She is the Vice President of the One Health Club, serves as the Assistant Director of Community Engagement for the One Health Institute, and is a first-year fellow with the Institute for the Built Environment. Emily brings nearly a decade of experience working abroad in an organizational development capacity and has worked closely with the Center for Public Deliberation since 2009. When not trying to make the world more vibrant, she is chasing waves, gardening, finding magic in the mundane, and riding her bike around town.
M.A., University of Denver - Conflict Resolution
B.A., Colorado State University - Communication Studies