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Faculty Director for Engaged Scholarship
Elizabeth joined the Office of Civic Engagement as the Faculty Director for Engaged Scholarship in fall 2020. She has over twenty-five years of experience and expertise in community engagement and engaged scholarship in Latin American and the southeastern United States, partnering with communities impacted by environmental degradation and injustice. Elizabeth is an Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Policy and Management at the Nicholas School of the Environment. She also serves as the Director for Community Engagement for the Duke University Superfund Research Center and the Director of the Certificate in Community-Based Environmental Management. She has been on the Office of Civic Engagement Faculty Advisory Board since 2016.
Contact Liz about: the Community-Engaged Scholarship Collaborative and faculty engagement