Associate Professor, Natural Resources
Shorna Allred's research blends human factors and natural sciences to improve resource management and conservation.
Her research aims to develop a fundamental understanding of human behavior to improve resource conservation and management. She also wants to understand how private forestry policy tools and educational interventions influence the conservation behavior of landowners and other key decision-makers to achieve positive environmental outcomes.
Allred works in Malaysian Borneo and recently spent her sabbatical investigating flood resilience in Bangkok, Thailand.