Associate Professor Bonnie Keeler, Social Policy Researcher Angie Fertig, and Master of Development Practice Director Dave Wilsey have received the University's Award for Excellence in Academic Unit Service.
Humphrey School faculty members Bonnie Keeler and Gabe Chan will co-lead an EPA-funded project to help rural, tribal, and underserved communities in six states access federal funding for energy and environmental improvement efforts.
Associate Professor Bonnie Keeler led an international team of researchers to develop The Guidebook for the Engaged University, a comprehensive roadmap for higher education institutions to expand and promote action-oriented research and practices that respond to society’s needs.
Associate Professor Bonnie Keeler has been named to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Board of Scientific Counselors (BOSC), as a member of its Social and Community Science Subcommittee. Keeler’s three-year term began in April.
Assistant Professor Bonnie Keeler is co-author of a new policy forum article in Science, "A water rule that turns a blind eye to transboundary pollution," which focuses on assumptions of federalism in environmental regulation.