Stephen Cameron

PhD Student, Geography
Primary office:
Lindley Hall
Room 214 1A
University of Kansas
1475 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence, KS 66045


Advisor:

Dr. Chris Brown

Educational Background:

MA Geography Michigan State University, 1999
MA thesis: "Resource use and conservation in the proposed Middle Juruá Extractive Reserve: community and household variations and their implications for reserve success."  

BA Social Sciences Michigan State University, 1992
Minors in Geography, Anthropology, and Latin American Studies 

Research Interests:

Protected Areas, Amazonia, Political Ecology, Land Cover Change, Sustainable Development, Human-Environment Interaction

Honors and Awards:

  • WMU Department of Geography Travel Grant 03/08, 04/09, 03/16
  • Haenicke Institute Travel Grant 06/08, 08/13
  • MSU Department of Geography Travel Grant 04/05
  • IIE Fulbright Fellowship 04/03-12/03
  • FLAS (Foreign Language and Area Studies) Fellowship for the study of Spanish 06/00-05/01
  • FLAS Fellowship for the study of Portuguese 06/99-08/99, 09/94-06/95, 06/93-08/93
  • Graduate Office Fellowship - Department of Geography, MSU 01/94-09/94
  • CICALS (Consortium for Inter-Institutional Collaboration in African and Latin American Studies) Fellowship for the study of Portuguese 06/91-09/91

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