Stefania Tiziana Almazan Casali

Doctoral Track: 
Resource Policy and Behavior (RPB)
Entering year: 
2016
Education: 

MS, University of Michigan (environmental policy and planning), 2016

BA, Instituto Technologico Autonomo de Mexico (economics), 2011

Stefania is a first year PhD student on the Resource, Policy and Behavior track. She is a Mexico City native with a background in Economics and studied environmental policy and planning at SNRE for her Masters. Her interests revolve around sustainable development and its interactions with community engagement, natural resource conflict management and environmental mediation. Almazan-Casali is particularly interested in water related topics. She serves as the president of Sustainability Without Borders and was the co-leader for the Peru project team. 

Research: 

Almazan Casali uses a complex system approach to analyze the relationships and system dynamics of technology adoption, development, well-being, and overall natural resource use in communities.