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Douglas Kenney

(303) 492-1296
Douglas.kenney@colorado.edu

Doug Kenney, Ph.D., Director of the Western Water Policy Program & Senior Research Associate, Getches-Wilkinson Center.   As WWPP Director and CU Environmental Studies faculty member, he designs and implements a comprehensive research agenda examining a variety of western water issues, including law and policy reform, river basin and watershed-level planning, and the design of institutional arrangements.

Dr. Kenney is also affiliated with the CU/NOAA Western Water Assessment, exploring the link between climate change/variability and western US water management.  He has served as a consultant to a variety of local, state, multi-state, and federal agencies (including several Interior Department agencies, EPA, the US Forest Service, and special commissions), as well as national governments and NGOs in Asia, Africa and Latin America.  Additionally, he has made presentations in (at least) 20 states, 7 nations, and 4 continents.  He has a B.A. in biology from the University of Colorado, a M.S. in Natural Resources Policy and Administration from the University of Michigan, and a Ph.D. in Renewable Natural Resource Studies from the University of Arizona.

Mark Squiallac

(303) 492-1287
Mark.squillace@colorado.edu

 
Mark Squillace, Professor of Law.   Professor Squillace’s professional interests span many facets of natural resources and environmental law.  Before joining CU, he taught at the University of Toledo College of Law (where he was the Charles Fornoff Professor of Law and Values) and the University of Wyoming College of Law (where he served a three-year term as the Winston S. Howard Professor of Law). He is a former Fulbright scholar and the author or co-author of numerous articles and books on natural resource topics including water rights, mining law, air pollution, and public lands management.  In 2000, Professor Squillace took a leave from law teaching to serve as Special Assistant to the Solicitor at the U.S. Department of the Interior. In that capacity he worked directly with the Secretary of the Interior, Bruce Babbitt, on variety of legal and policy issues.  He has a B.S. in mathematics from Michigan State University and a J.D. from the University of Utah College of Law.

 

 

 
 
 
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