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Monica Hubbard, Ph.D.

Monica Hubbard, SSPAAssistant Professor Dept. of Public Policy & Administration monicahubbard@boisestate.edu

Office: 208-426-5147
Fax: 208-426-4370
Office Hours: Spring 2017
By Appointment

Environmental Research Building
Room 5147, Mail Stop 1935
Boise State University 1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725-1935
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Monica Hubbard is an Assistant Professor for Boise State University’s Department of Public Policy and Administration as well as a post-doctoral researcher for the Public Policy Research Center (PPRC).  Dr. Hubbard comes to the PPRC and Boise State University from Oregon State University where she completed her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. While at OSU she taught research methods courses for the Political Science department, was the advisor for the on-campus Political Science program, and advised and managed the Political Science distance education program.  At Boise State University Dr. Hubbard teaches courses on Environmental Politics, Public Policy Processes, Policy Analysis, the Public Policy and Administration’s capstone. Dr. Hubbard’s research interests and foci are in the fields of environmental, natural resources, energy, and emerging technological and environmental issues. Her M.S. research examined the fate and transport of emerging contaminants, specifically pharmaceutical drugs, their impacts, and public policy implications.  The doctoral research assessed Oregonians’ level of knowledge and risk perception concerning Oregon’s water resources. Her ongoing research includes water resources, as well as emerging technologies, natural disasters, and energy.  Prior to graduate school Dr. Hubbard was an environmental policy analyst focusing on corporate environmental accounting, responsibility, compliance, and greenhouse gas accounting. Dr. Hubbard holds a Bachelors of Science, Masters of Science in Water Resources, and a Ph.D. in Environmental Science.


Courses

Spring 2017

POLS 409
PUBADM 581


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