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 Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker

Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker
Assistant Professor

107 Marshall Hall
1 Forestry Dr.
Syracuse, New York 13210

Phone: (315) 470-6573

Email: amparker@esf.edu

Education

  • Postdoc, Texas A&M University (Energy and Communication), 2010-2011
  • Ph.D., Texas A&M University (Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences), 2010
  • M.S., Texas A&M University (Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences), 2006
  • B.S., Michigan State University (Environmental Biology/Zoology), 2003
  • B.S., Michigan State University (Fisheries and Wildlife), 2003

Research Interests

  • Environmental Communication
  • Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making
  • Environmental and Natural Resources Conflict
  • Environmental Social Movements
  • Energy Policy

Courses Taught

  • EST 608: Environmental Advocacy Campaigns and Conflict Resolution (Fall)
  • EST 702: Environmental and Natural Resource Program Evaluation (Spring)
  • EST 493: Environmental Communication Workshop (Fall)
  • EST 255: Research Methods in Environmental Studies (Spring)

Selected Publications

  • Feldpausch-Parker, A.M., and T.R. Peterson. 2014. Communicating the science behind carbon sequestration: a case study of U.S. Department of Energy and regional partnership websites. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, In Press.
  • Fischlein, M., A. M. Feldpausch-Parker, T. R. Peterson, J. C. Stephens, and E. J. Wilson. 2014. Which way does the wind blow? Analyzing the sub-national context for renewable energy deployment in the United States. Environmental Policy and Governance, DOI: 10.1002/eet.1636.
  • Manno, J. P., P. Hirsch, and A. M. Feldpausch-Parker. 2014. Introduction by the Onondaga Nation and activist neighbors of an indigenous perspective on issues surrounding hydrofracking in the Marcellus Shale. Environmental Studies and Sciences 4(1): 47-55.
  • Feldpausch-Parker, A. M., C. J. Ragland, L. L. Melnick, R. Chaudhry, D. M. Hall, T. R. Peterson, J. C. Stephens, and E. J. Wilson. 2013. Spreading the news on carbon capture and storage: a state-level comparison of US media. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 7(3): 336-354.
  • Parker, I. D., and A. M. Feldpausch-Parker. 2013. Yellowstone grizzly delisting rhetoric: an analysis of the online debate. Wildlife Society Bulletin 37(2): 248-255.
  • Feldpausch-Parker, A. M., M. O’Byrne, D. Endres, and T. R. Peterson. 2013. The Adventures of Carbon Bond: using a melodramatic game to explain CCS as a mitigation strategy for climate change. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 3(1): 21-29.
  • Peterson, T. R., and A. M. Feldpausch-Parker. 2013. Environmental conflict communication in Oetzel J. G., and S. Ting-Toomey, editors. The SAGE Handbook on Conflict Communication: integrating theory, research, and practice, second edition. pp. 513-535. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks.
  • Feldpausch-Parker, A. M., I. D. Parker, and T. R. Peterson. 2012. Web-based public participation in Carvalho, A., and T. R. Peterson, editors. Climate change politics: communication and public engagement. pp. 193-218. Cambria Press, Amherst.
  • Klassen, J. A., and A. M. Feldpausch-Parker. 2011. Oiling the gears of public participation: the value of organisations in establishing Trinity of Voice for communities impacted by the oil and gas industry. Local Environment 16(9): 903-915.
  • Feldpausch-Parker, A. M., R. Chaudhry, J. C. Stephens, M. Fischlein, D. M. Hall, L. L. Melnick, T. R. Peterson, C. J. Ragland, and E. J. Wilson. 2011. A comparative state-level analysis of carbon capture and storage (CCS) discourse among U.S. energy stakeholders and the public. Energy Procedia 4: 6368-6375.
  • Ragland, C. J., A. Feldpausch-Parker, T. R. Peterson, J. Stephens, and E. Wilson. 2011. Socio-political dimensions of CCS deployment through the lens of social network analysis. Energy Procedia 4: 6210-6217.
  • Peterson, M. J., D. M. Hall, A. M. Feldpausch-Parker, and T. R. Peterson. 2010. Obscuring ecosystem function with application of the ecosystem services concept. Conservation Biology 24(1): 113-119.
  • Peterson, T. R., and A. Feldpausch. 2010. Sustainability in S. H. Priest, editor. Encyclopedia of Science and Technology Communication, volume 2. pp. 865-861. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks.
  • Feldpausch-Parker, A. M., D. M. Hall, C.C. Horton, J. M. Minion, A. M. Munoz, I. D. Parker, and T. R. Peterson. 2009. Step It Up in the lone star state: how identity and myth may impact a movement in Endres, D., L. Sprain, and T. R. Peterson, editors. Social movement to address climate change: local steps for global action. pp. 23-51. Cambria Press, Amherst.
  • Bradbury, J., I. Ray, T. R. Peterson, S. Wade, G. Wong-Parodi, and A. M. Feldpausch. 2009. The role of social factors in shaping public perceptions of CCS: results of multi-state focus group interviews. Energy Procedia 1: 4665-4672.

Current Graduate Advisees

Current Graduate Advisees

Courtney Johnson-WoodsCourtney Johnson-Woods
cajohn13@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: PHD
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Parker
  • Area of Study: Environmental Communication and Participatory Processes

Jesse KernsJesse Kerns
jekerns@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MPS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Parker
  • Area of Study: Coupled Natural and Human Systems

Hilary SwartwoodHilary Swartwood
haswartw@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MPS in Environmental Studies
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Parker

Sean VormwaldSean Vormwald
spvormwa@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: PHD
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Parker
  • Area of Study: Environmental Communication and Participatory Processes
  • Previous Graduate Study: Ithaca College (Communications Oth)

Biography
Sean Vormwald is the director of sustainability at Onondaga Community College (OCC) where he works with campus stakeholders to implement sustainability-related programs throughout OCC. His role includes integrating sustainability into campus operations, encouraging sustainability-related curriculum development, and coordinating educational outreach programs. Prior to his position at OCC, Sean provided sustainability consulting services for municipal, non-profit, and business clients through his company, Sustainable Transitions Inc. He has also worked for several non-profit organizations where he managed environmentally-focused public outreach campaigns. Sean is currently a PhD student at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry studying environmental communication. He earned a master's degree in communications and a bachelor's degree in environmental studies at Ithaca College.

Graduate Research Topic
Energy-related behavior change on college campuses



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