Adjunct professor at Rhode Island School of Design
Bryce DuBois completed his doctoral training in Environmental Psychology at the Graduate Center at CUNY, under the advising of Dr. Setha Low (defense date, April 21, 2016; dissertation title: Beaches, People, and Change: A Political Ecology of Rockaway Beach After Hurricane Sandy). While at CUNY he worked on several research projects focused on urban public space and beaches, including a federally funded ethnographic research project for the National Park Service. He has also worked as a research assistant and post-doctoral research associate in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University for the past three years, under the primary advising of Dr. Marianne Krasny and Dr. Shorna Allred. With Prof. Krasny he conducted research on social-learning and youth development through youth civic ecology education programs, as well as research on environmental education professional development efforts conducted through the EPA-funded EE-Capacity program. Additionally, with Prof. Allred he has worked with colleagues at the Wildlife Conservation Society (co-PI: Dr. Eric Sanderson, WCS), to understand visions of resilience for the Jamaica Bay Watershed using the mapping tool Visionmaker.NYC. Bryce loves to spend time with his wife, family, and friends. He can also be found playing pickup soccer many days of the week, surfing, or rock climbing.