Department of Public Administration and Policy
- Dr. Jennifer Biddle is a post-doctoral fellow conducting research on collaborative environmental governance. Her dissertation, “Does Collaborative Governance Lead to Environmental Improvements? The Critical Elements Affecting Watershed Partnerships' Capacity to Achieve Their Goals", offers early evidence on the effectiveness of collaborative governance approaches for achieving environmental outcomes. Professor Biddle recently completed a research fellowship at EPA's Office of Water where she evaluated and documented the remediation of previously impaired waterbodies from nonpoint source pollution. She was awarded the Environmental Science and Public Policy Graduate Fellowship at George Mason University, and the Environmental Policy Research Fellowship from Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education. Among her awards is the Letter of Commendation from the Dean for Excellence in Teaching in the College of Science at George Mason University. In addition to teaching for DPAP, Dr. Biddle is working with Professor Daniel Fiorino at the Center for Environmental Policy.
DegreesPhD, Enivronmental Science and Public Policy, George Mason University; M.S. Enivronmental Science and Public Policy, George Mason University; B.S. Horticulture, Pennsylvania State University
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