Christine Haney Douglass

Christine Haney Douglass

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  • Background
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  • Courses Taught
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Title Environmental Studies Program Coordinator
Address 149b Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583-0941
Phone 402-563-1851
FAX 402-472-2946
Cell 402-270-7225
E-mail chaney3@unl.edu
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Contact Preference

chaney3@unl.edu

Office Hours

T-F 10AM-12PM and 1-3PM

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Selected Publications

David C Gosselin, Christine Haney, Cindy Larson-Miller, Ron Bonnstetter, Carole Mandryk. 2012. Laboratory Earth Under the Lens: Diachronic Evaluation of an Integrated Graduate-Level On-Line Earth System Science Course Series for K-12 Educators'¯ Russann Low. American Geophysical Union.
Draper, Patricia & Christine E. Haney (2005). Naming among the Ju/'hoansi of Dobe: analyzing a cultural practice. Ethnology. 44(3):243-259.
Hitchcock, Robert K., Melvin Johnson and Christine E. Haney (2004). Indigenous women in Botswana: changing gender roles in the face of dispossession and modernization. Indigenous peoples' rights in Southern Africa. 166-182.

 

Selected Presentations

COP21 Paris- Outcomes and Implications for Nebraskans
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 1/12/2016
  • Abstract: Presentation to the Nebraska League of Conservation Voters about the outcomes of the Paris COP talks on global Climate Change and what this means to those in the United States, specifically Nebraska.
  • Full Citation:
The status of San women in Southern Africa
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 10/20/2013
  • Full Citation: Haney, C. The status of San women in Southern Africa. Central States Anthropological Society Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Beyond Knowledge: Service Learning and Local Climate Change Research Engaging Behavior Change
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 10/12/2013
  • Full Citation: Low, R., Mandryk, C., Gosselin, D., and Haney, C. Beyond Knowledge: Service Learning and Local Climate Change Research Engaging Behavior Change. American Geophysical Union.
Inspiring Community Engagement: The Role of Local Climate Change Research and Service Learning
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 10/12/2013
  • Full Citation: Low, R., Gossellin, D., Haney, C., and Mandryk, C. Inspiring Community Engagement: The Role of Local Climate Change Research and Service Learning. Geological Society of America, Denver, October 2013.
Lab Earth: the foundation for an integrated graduate level online Science for Educators Masters Program
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 9/20/2013
  • Full Citation: Gosselin, D., Low, R., Haney, C., and Mandryk, C. Lab Earth: the foundation for an integrated graduate level online Science for Educators Masters Program. Geological Society of America, Denver, October 2013.
Laboratory Earth Under the Lens
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 10/13/2012
  • Full Citation: 2012. Low, R., Gosselin, D. C., Haney, C., Larson-Miller, C., Bonnestetter, R., Mandryk, C. Laboratory Earth Under the Lens: Diachronic Evaluation of an Integrated Graduate-Level On-Line Earth System Science Course Series for K-12 Educators. American Geophysical Union.
Utilization of political ecology in an analysis of co-management
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 9/20/2007
  • Full Citation: Haney, C. Utilization of political ecology in an analysis of co-management between indigenous populations and government agencies in national parks and natural resources. Presented to the School of the Environment, University of Auckland.
Naming practice among the Ju/ā€™hoansi San
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 10/21/2005
  • Full Citation: Haney, C. Naming practice among the Ju/ā€™hoansi San: measuring a cultural practice. 125th Nebraska Academy of Science annual meeting, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, Nebraska.
A Service Learning Model Adaptable for Research Universities
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 9/16/2005
  • Full Citation: Heusel, G. and Haney, C. A Service Learning Model Adaptable for Research Universities, Small Liberal Arts Schools, Faith-based Institutions and Community Colleges. International Symposium on Service Learning, Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
Racial profiling, politics and the Latino immigrant in Nebraska
  • Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
  • Date: 10/17/2003
  • Full Citation: Haney, C. Racial profiling, politics and the Latino immigrant in Nebraska. 123rd Nebraska Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Educational Background

  • BA - Nebraska Wesleyan University, Anthropology (1998)
  • MS - University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Anthropology (2004)
  • PhD - University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Human Dimensions (2017)

Awards

  • 2015 – Nominee for the James V. Griesen Chancellor's Award for Exemplary Service to Students awarded by UNL Parents Association 
  • 2016 – Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students awarded by Division of Student Affairs, UNL Teaching Council and the Parents Association 
  • 2014 – Nominee for the James V. Griesen Chancellor's Award for Exemplary Service to Students awarded by Office of the Chancellor 

SNR Mission Area(s)

  • Environmental Science

Affiliations (index)

Notable Websites

Areas of Interest

  • Climate Change
  • Human Adaptive Behavior
  • Science and Policy
  • Education
  • Cooperative Natural Resource Management
  • Science Education
  • STEM education promotion in K-16 students

Currently this page only displays grants that were awarded on 1/1/2009 to the present. If a grant was awarded prior to 1/1/2009 and is still active, it will not be displayed on this page.

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Courses Taught
Course Number Course Title Fall Even Years Fall Odd Years Spring Even Years Spring Odd Years Summer Session Cross Listing
ENVR 101 Environmental Studies Orientation X X X X n/a
ENVR 189H University Honors Seminar X X none
ENVR 201 Science, Systems, Environment, & Sustainability X X X n/a
ENVR 495 Internship in Environmental Studies X X X X n/a
ENVR 499B Environmental Studies Senior Thesis II X X X X n/a
ENVR 499H Honors: Environmental Studies Senior Thesis I and II X X X X n/a

SNR Speakers Bureau

What I can speak about:

(1) First family member to go to college- aspirations, funding, preparation, etc. (2) Melding cultural and resource management- my experiences conducting fieldwork in Botswana, New Zealand and outback Australia (3) Conducting research in impoverished and marginalized communities (4) Connecting science to everyday interests and curiosities

When I am most available to speak:

Thursdays and Weekends

What target audiences I am most comfortable speaking to:

  • Pre-K/Elementary School
  • Middle/High School
  • College
  • OLLI - lifelong learning for adults 50 years and older)
  • General Public
  • Families