experience


education

Ph.D., Marine Science & Conservation, Duke University, Durham, NC; 2015

Dissertation: The Geographies of Policy: Assembling National Marine Aquaculture Policy in the United States; Supervisor: Dr. Lisa Campbell

A.B., Economics and Environmental Studies, minor in Biology, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME; 2009


history

Research Scientist, Duke University; 2018-

Postdoctoral Fellow, Colorado State University; 2017

Postdoctoral Associate, Duke University; 2015-16

Doctoral Student, Duke University (Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant); 2009-15

Visiting Researcher, NOAA Fisheries Office of Aquaculture; 2012


Funding and Awards

External

L.M. Campbell and K. St. Martin. Collaborative Research: The Emergence of Stakeholders and Ecosystems as Powerful Actors in Marine Spatial Planning. NSF Geography and Spatial Sciences, Award Nos. 1359943 and 1359805. Proposal co-author, postdoctoral associate. 2014-2016

Invitational Travel Funding, NOAA Fisheries Office of Aquaculture; 2012

L.M. Campbell, K. St. Martin, and B.J. McCay. Collaborative Research: Marine Spatial Planning and the Role of Community and Environmental Actors: A Sea Change in Oceans Governance? NSF Geography and Spatial Sciences, Award Nos. 1155484 and 1155299. Proposal co-author, graduate research assistant. 2012-2014

Research Grant, The Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy; 2012

Duke University

Rethinking Regulation Award, Kenan Institute for Ethics; 2012

International Travel Award, Duke Center for International Studies; 2012

Dissertation Travel Award, SIDG/Lazar Foundation; 2012

Humanities and Social Sciences Summer Research Fellowship, Graduate School; 2012-13

Marine Science and Conservation Interdisciplinary Initiative Provost Fellowship, Marine Lab; 2009-2011