Elizabeth's undergraduate research through Barrett, The Honors College at ASU discussed Romantic writer Percy Shelley's use of science in his poetry and how this could affect human perceptions of nature and sustainability discourse. Elizabeth is now interested in investigating the complex communications among scientists, media, and policy makers, particularly concerning water issues in the Southwest.
As Western Water Assessment's Managing Director, Eric is responsible for WWA's overall program administration and management, coordinating the research agenda, and other logistical and outreach activities.
Eric received his Master’s in Environmental Studies in 2009. He also six years as a legislative director and legislative aide on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, where he specialized in working on environmental and energy issues.