Hilary Boudet

Assistant Professor
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318 Fairbanks Hall
220 SW 26th St.
Corvallis, Oregon, US

Ph.D. - Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources, Stanford University 2010
B.A. - Environmental Engineering and Political Science, Rice University 2004

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Affiliated With: 
Sociology Department
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Courses Taught:

  • SOC 471 - Social Movements
  • SOC 499/599 - Energy and Society
  • SOC 519 - Applied Research Methods
  • SOC 599 - Advanced Qualitative Methods

Areas of Interest:

  • Environmental and natural resource sociology
  • Social movements, contentious politics
  • Public participation in energy and environmental decision-making

Current Projects:

  • Girls Learning Environment and Energy (GLEE)
  • Community response to energy development
  • Public perceptions of extreme weather and climate change

Honors & Awards:

  • Chester Rapkin Award for best article published in Volume 30 of the Journal of  Planning Education and Research for “A Tale of Two Sitings: Contentious Politics in Liquefied Natural Gas Facility Siting” with Leonard Ortolano
  • National Science Foundation; Science, Technology & Society/Sociology ($199,235), 2008-2010
  • Stanford University Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society Graduate Fellow, 2007-2008
  • David and Lucile Packard Foundation Stanford University Graduate Fellow, 2004-2007