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1 Caroline Lundquist Noblet 5782 Winslow Hall ph: (207) 581-3172 University of Maine fax: (207) 581-4278 Orono, Maine 04469 [email protected] Education University of Maine Orono, ME Ph.D. Economic Psychology December 2012 Dissertation: Information Processing and Environmental Behavior M.S. - Resource Economics and Policy September 2003-May 2005 Thesis: Factors Affecting Consumer Assessment of Green Labeled Traditional Fuel Passenger Vehicles. Boston College Newton, MA Bachelor of Arts Degree September 1995 May 1999 Major: Economics; Minor: Environmental Studies Professional Work Experience Assistant Professor - School of Economics September 2013 - present Lecturer School of Economics, August 2007 September 2013 Instructor/Research Associate: - Department of Resource Economics and Policy, and the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, May 2005- August 2007 Graduate Research Assistant: - Department of Resource Economics and Policy August 2003- May 2005 High School Teacher Weymouth High School Science Department August 2001- August 2003 Affiliations Cooperating Faculty (University of Maine) Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Undergraduate Program Sustainability Solutions Initiative Maine Agricultural Center Renewable Energy Curriculum Honors and Awards 2012 Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award, College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture. Awarded to one graduate faculty member per year (from each college within the University) by the Graduate Student Government of the University of Maine for going above and beyond the teaching of courses, or academic and research advising. Graduate mentors offer their time, advice, encouragement and resources that aid graduate students in their professional development and goals beyond their graduate coursework and completion of their graduate program. 2011. Professor of the Year Award. Awarded by Sigma Phi Epsilon University of Maine Academic fraternity. 1

2 Poster Award: Label Format Effects on Consumers Eco-Assessments of Passenger Vehicles. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. Sponsor: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science Forum. 2005. (2nd place out of 232 submissions). Poster Award: Factors Affecting Consumer Assessment of Eco-Labeled Vehicles. Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl and Jonathan Rubin. Sponsor: University of Maine Graduate Research Exposition. 2005. (2nd place out of 150 submissions). PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles Owen, Dave and Noblet, Caroline. (2014), Interdisciplinary Research and Environmental. Ecology Law Quarterly. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2387860 (January 29, 2014) Noblet, Caroline L., Lando, Amy M. and Teisl, Mario F. (in progress). What are Health Care Providers Telling Pregnant Women about Fish Consumption, Listeria and Food Safety? Noblet, Caroline L.., Thgersen, John and Teisl, Mario F. (2014). Who attempts to drive less in New England? Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour 23C, pp. 69- 80 doi: 10.1016/j.trf.2013.12.016 *Impact Factor: 1.989 Noblet, Caroline L., Mark W. Anderson and Laura Lindenfeld. (2013). Environmental Worldviews: A point of common contact, or barrier? Sustainability, 5, 4825-4842. doi:10.3390/su5114825 Available online at: http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/5/11/4825 Noblet, Caroline L., Anderson, M., & Teisl, M. F. (2013). An empirical test of anchoring the NEP scale in environmental ethics. Environmental Education Research, 19(4), 540551. doi:10.1080/13504622.2012.704899 *Impact Factor: .847, Quartile 2 in Education & Education Research Teisl, M.F, McCoy, S., Marrinan, S., Johnson, T., Noblet, C.L., Roper, R., Wibberly, M. and Wagner, S. (forthcoming). Will offshore energy face fair winds and following seas?: Understanding the factors influencing marine energy support. Estuaries and Coasts *Impact Factor: 2.723, Quartile 1 in Environmental Studies --------------------- Noblet, Caroline L., Mario F. Teisl, Katherine H. Farrow and Jonathan Rubin. 2012. Biofuels development in Maine: Using trees to oil the wheels of sustainability. Maine Policy Review, 22(2): 56-65. Anderson, Mark W., Teisl, Mario F. and Noblet, Caroline L. 2012. Giving Voice to the Future in Sustainability: Retrospective Assessment to Learn Prospective Stakeholder Engagement. Ecological Economics 84, 1-6. *Impact Factor: 2.712, Quartile 1 in Economics and Environmental Studies 2

3 Thgersen, John and Caroline L. Noblet. 2012. Does Green Consumerism increase the acceptance of windpower? Energy Policy 51, 854-862. *Impact Factor: 2.723, Quartile 1 in Environmental Studies Noblet, Caroline L. Kathleen P. Bell, Charles Colgan and Mario F. Teisl. Economic Development and Maines Sustainability Solutions Initiative. Maine Policy Review 21(1): 128-111. Available at: http://mcspolicycenter.umaine.edu/reports- publications/maine-policy-review/mpr21-1/#Economic Anderson, Mark W., Caroline L. Noblet and Mario F. Teisl. 2012. Our environment: A glimpse at what Mainers value. Maine Policy Review 21(1) : 104-111. Available at: http://mcspolicycenter.umaine.edu/reports-publications/maine-policy-review/mpr21- 1/#Our Siriwardena, Shyamani, Gary Hunt, Mario F. Teisl, and Caroline L. Noblet. 2012. Effective environmental marketing of green cars: A nested-logit approach. Transportation Research D 17 (3): 237242. *Impact Factor: 1.659, Quartile 2 in Environmental Studies and Transportation Fein, Sara B., Amy M. Lando, Alan S. Levy, Mario F. Teisl and Caroline L. Noblet. 2011. Trends in US consumers safe handling and consumption of food and their risk perceptions 1988-2010 Journal of Food Protection, 74(9):15131523. *Impact Factor: 1.937, Quartile 2 in Food Science and Technology Teisl, Mario F., Mark W. Anderson, Caroline L. Noblet, George K. Criner, Jonathan Rubin and Timothy Dalton. 2010. Are Environmental Professors Unbalanced? Evidence from the Field Journal of Environmental Education 42 (2):67-83 *Impact Factor: .655, Quartile 3 in Education and Educational Research Teisl, Mario F., Caroline L. Noblet, and Jonathan Rubin. 2009. The Psychology of Eco- Consumption, Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization: 7(2), Article 9. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol7/iss2/art9 Teisl, Mario F., Caroline L. Noblet, and Jonathan Rubin. 2009. Can Environmental Promotion Backfire? Evidence from the vehicle market Social Marketing Quarterly 15 (3):2-32. Teisl, Mario F., Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2008. Non-Dirty Dancing? Interactions Between Eco-labels and Consumers. Journal of Economic Psychology. 29(2):140-159 *Impact Factor: 1.069, Quartile 2 in Economics and Psychology, Multidisciplinary Noblet, Caroline L., Mario F. Teisl and Jonathan Rubin. 2006. Factors affecting consumer assessment of eco-labeled vehicles. Transportation Research D, 11:422-431 *Impact Factor: 1.659, Quartile 2 in Environmental Studies and Transportation Chapters in Books/Monographs/Proceedings Caroline L. Noblet and Mario F. Teisl. 2014. Eco-Labelling as Sustainable Consumption Policy Handbook of Research on Sustainable Consumption Edward Elgar; John Thgersen and Lucia Reisch, editors. -------------------- Farrow, Katherine, Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, Shannon McCoy and Jonathan Rubin. 2010. Does Money Grow on Trees? Peoples Willingness to Pay for Cellulosic Wood Ethanol. Chapter in Biofuel / Book 1 InTech Publishing. 3

4 Teisl, Mario F., Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet, 2006. Do Eco-Communication Strategies Reduce Energy Use and Emissions from Light Duty Vehicles? Proceedings of the U.S. EPA Market Mechanisms and Incentives Workshop: Applications to Environmental Policy, October 17-18. Teisl, Mario F., Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet, 2006. Eco-information and the passenger vehicle consumer: Modelling the interaction and its impact on behaviour. Proceedings of the Applied Environmental Economics Conference. Royal Society - London. March 24. Teisl, Mario F., Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin. 2006. The design of an eco-marketing and labeling program for vehicles in Maine Chapter in New Frontiers in Environmental and Social Labeling. (Grote, Basu and Chau, eds.) pp. 11-36, Springer. Research Reports and Technical Papers Caroline L. Noblet and Todd M. Gabe. (2013) Business Climate for Maines Clean Technology Sector. School of Economics Staff Paper #607. --------------------- Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, Andrew Knox and Jonathan Rubin. 2009. Consumer Biofuel Knowledge and Preferences: Results of Focus Groups University of Maine, School of Economics Staff Paper # 580. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2008. Environmental Marketing of Green Vehicles: Exploring Effective Design and Performance. Final Report to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Science foundation Todd Gabe and Caroline L. Noblet. 2006. Economic Profile of the Environmental and Energy Technology Sector in Maine. Department of Resource Economics and Policy, College of Natural Sciences and Forestry, University of Maine. Department Staff Paper Series No. 564. Orono, Maine. Caroline L. Noblet and Todd Gabe. 2006. Business Climate for Maines Environment and Energy Technology Sector. Department of Resource Economics and Policy, College of Natural Sciences and Forestry, University of Maine. Department Staff Paper Series No. 565. Orono, Maine Mario F. Teisl, Brian Roe, Caroline L. Noblet, Kevin J. Boyle, Nancy E. Bockstael, Alan S. Levy, Gerald Mumma, Tamera Riggs and Mark Messonnier. 2007. Can Survey-based Scenarios Measure Consumer Values for Improved Food Safety? Final Report submitted to the National Center for Infectious Diseases, U.S. Centers for Diesease Control and Proevention, Atlanta, GA. Caroline L. Noblet, Gregory M. Gould, Jonathan Rubin, Daniel Innis, Charlie Morris. 2006. Sustainable Transportation Funding for Maines Future included in: The Future of Transportation Funding in Maine: A Report to the Joint Standing Committee on Transportation 122nd Maine Legislature. Kathryn Hunt, Caroline L. Noblet, Thomas Allen and Lisa Bragg. 2006. Maines Creative Economy: Connecting Creativity, Commerce and Community. Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center Publication. 4

5 Mario F. Teisl, Alice White-Cyr, Jonathan Rubin, Caroline L. Noblet, 2005. Mainers knowledge, practices and attitudes toward clean air, vehicle emissions and Maines Clean Car Program. Department of Resource Economics and Policy Staff Paper # 551 Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin, Caroline L. Noblet, Lynn Cayting, Melissa Morrill, Thomas Brown, and Sue Jones. 2004. Designing Effective Environmental Labels for Passenger Vehicle Sales in Maine: Results of Focus Group Research. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 434. Popular Publications Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl, Katherine H. Farrow and Jonathan Rubin. 2013. Biofuels development in Maine: Using trees to oil the wheels of sustainability. Bangor Daily News. March 12, 2013. http://bangordailynews.com/2013/03/12/opinion/biofuels-development-in- maine-using-trees-to-oil-the-wheels-of-sustainability/?ref=search ------------------- Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, and Shannon McCoy. 2011. Maine Voices: Offshore wind has role in Maine's future Maine Sunday Telegram. June 26. http://www.pressherald.com/opinion/offshore-wind-has-role-in-maines-future_2011-06-26.html Mario F. Teisl, Shan Huang, Caroline L. Noblet, Lisa Bragg, Catherine LaRochelle, Micheal Devanney, Jennifer L. Ward and Metin Cakir. 2004. Should School Districts Consolidate Bangor Daily News, April 5. PRESENTATIONS Noblet, Caroline L., John Thgersen and Mario Teisl. Drive Less: Easy to Say, Hard to do. Understanding decisions to change travel modes. Behavior Energy and Climate Change Conference. Sacramento, California November 17-20, 2013. Noblet, Caroline L. Economics, Psychology and Sustainability. Invited Presentation. L.L. Bean Colloquium Series. October 28, 2013. Information available at: http://people.usm.maine.edu/gramlich/colloquium/fall13/noblet/ Teisl, M., S. McCoy, S. Marrinan, C. Noblet, T. Johnson, M. Wibberly, R. Roper & S. Klein. 2013. Will offshore energy face fair winds and following seas?: Understanding what influences offshore wind acceptance. Selected presentation. Maine Economics Conference, April 27th, Bates College Caroline L. Noblet. Describing the Clean Technology Sector in Maine: Preliminary Results from Sector Survey. Environmental and Energy Technology Council of Maine Building & Growing the Clean Tech Sector Forum. Portland, Maine March 12, 2013. ------------------------------ Caroline L. Noblet, Shannon McCoy and Mario F. Teisl. Primed for Action? The potential role of priming in renewable energy acceptance. Behavior Energy and Climate Change Conference. Sacramento, California November 12-14, 2012. Haley Engelberth, Mario Teisl, Caroline Noblet, Kathleen Bell, Andrew Smith, Eric Frohmberg and Karyn Butts. 2012. An econometric analysis of Maines mercury 5

6 advisory Selected paper. Annual meeting of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Seattle WA Aug. 12-14. Sarah Marrinan, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, and Hsaing-tai Cheng Deep-water and Land- based Wind Power as Substitutes: Measuring the Influences for Wind Power Support in Maine Selected presentation. Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Lowell, MA. June 12-14, 2012. Haley M. Engelberth, Andy Smith, Mario Teisl, Kathleen Bell and Caroline Noblet. 2012. Theres nothing Fishy about fish: A public health effort to inform at-risk women in Maine about risks and benefits, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Food Environment Symposium, Tufts University May 31. Haley M. Engelberth, Mario F. Teisl, Caroline Noblet, Kathleen P. Bell, Eric Frohmberg, Andrew E. Smith, and Karyn Butts. 2012. Selected poster (First place award). Fish Advisories for At-Risk Mainers: Does knowledge lead to action? Maine Water Conference, Augusta ME. March 14 Caroline L. Noblet, Mark W. Anderson and Mario Teisl. Dancing in the Wind: Do you do the Weltanshauung? Energy Decisions may Depend on Worldviews. Poster. Behavior, Energy and Climate Change. Washington, D.C. November 29-December 1, 2011. Sarah Marrinan, Mario F. Teisl , Caroline L. Noblet, Hsiang-tai Cheng, Megan Wibberly. 2011. Do you have to be a Maine-iac to recycle? Recycling among an aging population. Selected poster. Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference, Dec. 1 Washington, DC. Megan Wibberly, Caroline L. Noblet, Mario Teisl and Shannon McCoy. 2011. Income: What's There to Stress About? The Use of Economic Stress to Measure Budget Constraints. Selected presentation. Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference, Dec. 1 Washington, DC. Megan Wibberly, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Shannon McCoy. National: Consumers are stressing out! The effect of perceived economic stress on willingness to pay for offshore wind power. Selected Presentation. Renewable Energy Markets Conference. San Francisco, CA, Nov. 15 18, 2011 Megan Wibberly, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Shannon McCoy. Local: Whats there to stress about? Using perceived economic stress to examine support for wind power in Maine. Presentation to the University of Maine School of Economics. Orono, ME, October 14, 2011 Megan Wibberly, Mario Teisl, Caroline Noblet and Shannon McCoy. Local: Whats there to stress about? Using perceived economic stress to examine support for wind power in Maine. Invited Presentation. Maines Sustainability Solutions Initiative All Team Meeting. Orono, ME,October 5, 2011 Susan Gardner, Caroline L. Noblet and Shannon McCoy. Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Organizational Innovation. 2011 Maine Epscor Conference . September 26, 2011. 6

7 Megan Wibberly, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Shannon McCoy. Local: Whats there to stress about? Using perceived economic stress to examine support for wind power in Maine. Invited Presentation. Maines Sustainability Solutions Initiative All Team Meeting. Orono, ME,October 5, 2011 Sarah Marrinan, Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Hsiang-tai Cheng. 2011. Wind power substitutes: Understanding the factors which deviate support between offshore and land- based wind power Selected Presentation. Maine EPSCoR State Conference. Orono, ME, September 26, 2011 Megan Wibberly, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Shannon McCoy. 2011: Whats there to stress about? Using perceived economic stress to examine support for wind power in Maine. Selected Presentation. Maine EPSCoR State Conference. Orono, ME, September 26, 2011 Ryan Pickering, Shannon McCoy, Stacia Dreyer, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Megan Wibberly. 2011. He who is active is rich: Free outdoor recreation can make the poor feel richer and have a more positive outlook Selected Poster. Maine EPSCoR State Conference. Orono, ME, September 26, 2011 Stacia Dreyer, Shannon McCoy, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Joseph Wellman. 2011 Get Outside and Play: Environmental Concern as a Mediator for the Effect of Outdoor Recreation on Pro-environmental Behavior Selected Poster. Maine EPSCoR State Conference. Orono, ME, September 26, 2011 Caroline L. Noblet. Economic Development in the Real Economy. New England Basic Economic Development Course. Sponsored by: Economic Development Council of Maine. September 12 - 14, 2011. Portland, Maine. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, Shannon McCoy, Mark Anderson, Megan Wibberly, Brandon Cosley, Joseph Wellman, Stacia Dreyer, Sarah Marrinan, Karen Hutchins and Kevin Price. 2011. Are Mainers Blown Away by Wind? Selected presentation. Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Pittsburgh, PA, July 25-26. Shyamani Siriwardena, Gary Hunt, Mario Teisl, and Caroline L. Noblet. 2011. Effectiveness of Eco-Marketing on Green Vehicle Purchase Behavior in Maine: A Nested-logit Model Approach Selected presentation. Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Pittsburgh, PA, July 25-26. Megan R. Wibberly, Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, and Shannon K. McCoy. 2011. How Will the Availability of Wind Energy Effect Electricity Consumption Behavior? Selected presentation. Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Pittsburgh, PA, July 25-26. Katherine Farrow, Mario F. Teisl and Caroline L. Noblet. 2011. Does Money Grow on Trees?: People's Willingness-to-Pay for Cellulosic Ethanol, Selected presentation. Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Pittsburgh, PA, July 25-26. Caroline L. Noblet, Stacia Dreyer, Shannon McCoy and Mario Teisl. Environmental Behaviors, Recreation and the NEP. What May NEP Subscales offer in this ongoing story? 7

8 Selected Presentation. Joint Conference of the International Confederation for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics and Economic Psychology/International Association for Research in Economic Psychology / Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics Conference. July 12-July 15, 2011. Exeter, U.K. Brandon Cosley, Shannon McCoy, Caroline L. Noblet (presenter), Mario Teisl and Joseph Wellman. Influencing support for new environmental technology by bolstering the status quo. Selected Presentation. Joint Conference of the The International Confederation for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics and Economic Psychology/International Association for Research in Economic Psychology / Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics Conference. July 12-July 15, 2011. Exeter, U.K. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, Shannon McCoy, Brandon Cosley, Joseph Wellman, Stacia Dreyer, Karen Hutchins, and Sarah Marrinan. 2011. What you say and who you say it to: How messaging about wind power can be helpful, or harmful. Selected presentation. Joint conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology~and the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics University of Exeter, UK, July 12-15. Megan R. Wibberly, Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, and Shannon K. McCoy. 2011. How will the availability of wind energy effect electricity consumption behavior? Selected presentation. Joint conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology~and the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics University of Exeter, UK, July 12-15. Kathleen P. Bell, Eli Lazarus, Caroline L. Noblet and Shaleen Jain. Integrating across our sustainability science portfolio. Presentation to American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). May 23, 2011. Laura Lindenfeld, Shannon McCoy, Caroline L. Noblet, Susan Gardner, Damon Hall and Karen Hutchins. Knowledge to Action and Organizational Innovation. Presentation to American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). May 23, 2011. Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, Shannon McCoy, Mark Anderson, Megan Wibberly, Brandon Cosley, Joseph Wellman, Stacia Dreyer, Sarah Marrinen, Karen Hutchins and Kevin Price. 2011. Are Mainers blown away by wind? Invited presentation. Maine Wind Energy Conference. Augusta, ME, January 24-25. Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, Shannon McCoy, Mark Anderson, Megan Wibberly, Brandon Cosley, Joseph Wellman, Stacia Dreyer, Sarah Marrinen, Karen Hutchins and Kevin Price. 2011. Are Mainers blown away by wind? Presentation to the Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Lab, University of Maine. Orono, ME, January 11. Mark Anderson, Caroline L. Noblet and Mario Teisl. 2011. World Views and Knowledge to Action. Team presentation. Maine Sustainability Solutions Initiative. University of Maine, Orono. January 13. Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin. 2010. Success and failure in eco-marketing vehicles Selected Paper Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference Sacramento, CA, November 14-17. www.beccconference.org Mark Anderson, Mario Teisl and Caroline L. Noblet. 2010. World Views and Knowledge to Action in Sustainability Science. Poster. Maine EPSCoR Conference. University of Maine, Orono. Nov. 8. 8

9 Mario Teisl, Shannon McCoy, Caroline L. Noblet. 2010. Modeling Stakeholder Acceptance of Solutions to Environmental Problems. Poster. Maine EPSCoR Conference. University of Maine, Orono. Nov. 8. Brandon Cosley, Shannon McCoy, Caroline L. Noblet, Mario Teisl and Joseph Wellman. 2010. Persuaded by the status quo: The role of economic stress in persuasion for environmental messages. Poster. Maine EPSCoR Conference. University of Maine, Orono. Nov. 8. Mario F. Teisl, Shannon McCoy and Caroline L. Noblet. 2010. What's Economic Psychology? It's MeSSI. Seminar Presentation. School of Economics, University of Maine, Orono. Oct. 1 Mario F. Teisl, Shannon McCoy and Caroline L. Noblet. 2010. We are MESSI (MainE Sustainable Solutions Initiative): Using Interdisciplinary Social Science Research to Encourage Sustainability. Invited Paper. The Forum for Social Science Research Concerning the Environment and the Department of Marketing and Statistics. rhus School of Business, University of rhus. rhus, Denmark. September 10. Katherine Hassett (Farrow), Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Shannon McCoy. 2010. Whats Attitude got to do with it? Consumer Demand for Biofuels. Selected poster. Joint Conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology and the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics University of Cologne, Germany September 5-8. Katherine Hassett (Farrow), Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl and Shannon McCoy. 2010. Take a Hike! The Simultaneous Relationship between Recreation Behavior & Environmental Concern. Selected Paper. Joint conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology and the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics University of Cologne, Germany September 5-8. Mario F. Teisl, Shannon McCoy and Caroline L. Noblet,. 2010. Whats Driving Eco- Substitution Behaviors? A study in choices related to biofuels. Selected Paper. Joint Conference of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology and the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics University of Cologne, Germany September 5-8. CarolineL.Noblet, Mario F. Teisl and Jonathan Rubin. 2010. What will New England Consumers want from their Biofuels? Invited Symposium Paper (Bioenergy Demand, Economics and Feedstock Supply). Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Annual Conference Atlantic City, NJ. June 13-15. Katherine Hassett (Farrow), Mario F. Teisl, CarolineL.Noblet and Shannon McCoy. 2010. Linking Peoples Environmental Concern to their Exposure to Various Outdoor Activities. Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Annual Conference Atlantic City, NJ. June 13-15. Mario F. Teisl, CarolineL.Noblet and Shannon McCoy. 2010. Typology of consumers beliefs, attitudes and norms and substitution patterns across various environmental behaviors. Invited presentation. 3rd International Workshop on Ecolabeling, Laboratory of Forest Economics, INRAAgroParisTech. Rennes, France June 2-3. Mario F. Teisl, CarolineL.Noblet and Shannon McCoy. 2010. Mapping consumers' green, economic and security motivations to participate in various energy behaviors. Invited presentation. Economics Laboratory, INRASupAgro, Montpellier, France June 7. 9

10 Katherine Hassett (Farrow), Mario F. Teisl and CarolineL.Noblet. 2010. Attitudes and Attributes: What Determines Fuel Choice? Invited presentation. The Northeast Sungrant Annual Meeting. Syracuse NY. May 2426. CarolineL.Noblet, Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Katherine Hassett. 2010. Understanding peoples acceptance of cellulosic ethanol. Invited poster. The Northeast Sungrant Annual Meeting. Syracuse NY. May 2426. Mario F. Teisl and Caroline L. Noblet. 2009. The Psychology of Eco-Consumption - Invited paper. 2nd International Workshop on Ecolabeling, Laboratory of Forest Economics, INRAAgroParisTech. Nancy, France June 29-30. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin 2009. Designing a marketing program for cellulosic ethanol; SunGrant Initiative Energy Conference. Washington DC. March 13. Mark W. Anderson, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, George Criner, Jonathan Rubin and Timothy Dalton. 2008. Attitudinal Change in Higher Education Courses on the Environment: What Should We Be Asking? Selected Paper. Annual Meeting of the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT. June 12. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin. 2007. Eco-marketing: Is going green red hot? Invited presentation. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency New England Headquarters. Boston, MA Oct. 24. Mario F. Teisl, Brian Roe, Caroline L. Noblet, Nancy E. Bockstael, Kevin J. Boyle, Alan S. Levy, Gerald Mumma, Tamera Riggs and Mark Messonnier. 2007. Can survey-based scenarios measure consumer values for improved food safety? Selected paper. Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association Portland, Oregon, July 29 August 1. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2007. The impacts of a eco-marketing program for environmentally preferred vehicles. Selected poster. Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association Portland, Oregon, July 29 August 1. Mark W. Anderson, Mario Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, and George Criner. 2007. Using the New Ecological Paradigm (NEP) to Assess Attitudinal Change in Higher Education Courses on the Environment Selected paper. International Conference on the Environment in Portland, Maine, June 30-July 3. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2007. Do Eco-Communication Strategies Reduce Energy Use and Emissions from Light-Duty Vehicles? Selected Poster. Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Washington, D.C., January 2125. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2006. Potentials of eco-communication strategies Invited presentation. Market Mechanisms workshop U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Washington, DC. October 17th-18th. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2006. Do eco-communication strategies provide a road to sustainability? Invited paper. Centre for Energy Policy and Technology, Imperial College London, UK. July 12. 10

11 Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2006. Do eco-communication strategies provide a road to sustainability? Evidence from the passenger vehicle market. Selected paper. International Conference of the Greening of Industry Network. Cardiff, Wales UK. July 2-5. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2006. Eco-communication policies: Highway to an eco-future or a wrong turn down a one-way street? Invited paper. Workshop on eco-labelling. French National Institute for Agricultural Research. Nancy, France. June 29. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet. 2006. Modeling the interaction between eco-labels and consumers: A psychonomic assessment Selected paper, Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Mystic, CT. June 11-14.. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet, 2006. Eco-information and passenger vehicle consumers: Modelling the interaction and its impact on behaviour. Selected paper. Envecon 2006: Applied Environmental Economics Conference. The Royal Society - London. March 24. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin. 2006. The Design of an Eco-Marketing and Labeling Program for Vehicles in Maine Selected paper. Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C January 22-26. Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin and Caroline L. Noblet, 2006. It takes two to tango: Modeling the dance between eco-labels and consumers Invited paper, Economics Institute of Zagreb Croatia. January 31. Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl and Jonathan Rubin. 2005. Green with Gasoline: Factors Affecting Consumer Assessment of Eco-Labeled Passenger Vehicles. Annual meeting of the Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Annapolis, MD. June 13. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin. 2005. The effect of green labels on consumer preferences U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science Forum 2005, Washington DC May 17. Mario F. Teisl, Caroline L. Noblet and Jonathan Rubin. 2005. The design and implementation of effective environmental information policies. The Role of Labeling in the Governance of Global Trade: The Developing Economy Perspective Conference Invited paper. Bonn Germany. March 17-19 Mario F. Teisl, Jonathan Rubin, Caroline L. Noblet and Alice White-Cyr. 2004. Joint eco- marketing project: Eco-labeling passenger vehicles Presentation to Maine Department of Environmental Protection. Dec. 15. Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl and Jonathan Rubin. 2004. Designing an Eco-marketing Program for Passenger Vehicles: What is the Likelihood of Success? Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop Colorado University. Oct. 22-23. 11

12 MEDIA 2014: Senator George J. Mitchell Center & Maines Sustainabiliy Solutions Initiative. A New Take on Measuring Environmental Views. Available: http://umaine.edu/mitchellcenter/a-new-take-on-measuring-environmental-views/ 2013: MaineBiz September 3, 2013. Report: Cleantech leads Maine technology sectors in growth. http://www.mainebiz.biz/article/20130903/NEWS06/130909989?utm_source=enews&u tm_medium=Daily%2BExtra&utm_campaign=Tuesday Project: Economic Impact of Maines Clean Technology Sector Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl, Katherine H. Farrow and Jonathan Rubin. 2013. Biofuels development in Maine: Using trees to oil the wheels of sustainability. Bangor Daily News. March 12, 2013. http://bangordailynews.com/2013/03/12/opinion/biofuels-development-in-maineusing- trees-to-oil-the-wheels-of-sustainability/?ref=search 2011: Television Interview. January 25, 2011 Channel 7 News. http://titancast.titantv.com/p/wvii/v/6pm-Newscast-Tuesday-125/1ACB29DV.aspx Regarding: Presentation at Maine Wind Energy Conference, work regarding acceptance of wind energy Project: Sustainability Solutions Initiative 2010: Miller-McCune Magazine September 3, 2010. Gas Mileage Labels Get Sophisticated. http://www.miller-mccune.com/politics/gas-mileage-labels-get-sophisticated-21956/ Project: Vehicle Labeling (EPA STAR) CONSULTING 2012-2013. Analyze Trends of FDA Food Safety Survey Findings: Food Risk Information from Healthcare Providers for Pregnant Women (solicitation number FDA-12-RFI-1103419); through sub-contract from Dr. Mario Teisl. 2009-2011. Analysis of Food Safety Trends; 2006-2007, Federal Drug Administration (FDA) through sub-contract from Dr. Mario Teisl. 2007-2008. Analysis of North Carolina Hunting effort and success; 2001, 2003, 2005. North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission through Southwick Consulting. 2006-2007. Estimating Boating Accident Risk Models, U.S. Coast Guard, National and State models; through Southwick Consulting. NON-RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED 2012. Bangor Savings Bank Faculty Travel Award ($2,000) travel to Aarhus, Denmark for the School for Theories in Environmental and Economic Psychology 2010: University of Maine System Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) Economic, Law and Ethics. Co-preparer of School of Economics Application to Fund for $616,000 over 3 years. 2008. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment Active Learning Grant ($1,000) travel to Tallahassee, Florida State for Creative Teaching Ideas for Your Basic Economics Course Conference. 12

13 RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED Using Immersive Virtual Reality to Understand the Impacts of Wind Energy Siting Investigators: Nicholas Giudice, Mario Teisl, Caroline Noblet, Shannon McCoy Sponsor: Maine EPSoR and Maine Sustainability Solutions Initiative Amount: $58, 455 Project Dates: January 2014-August 2014 SEP Integrated National Framework for Cellulosic Drop In Fuels Investigators: one of 12 Sponsor: National Science Foundation Amount: $2 million Project Dates: July 2012 to July 2016 Economic Impact of Maines Clean Technology Sector Investigators: Todd Gabe and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: Maine Technology Institute Amount: $25,000 Project Dates: July 2012 to July 2013 Funding Impacts on the Maine Snowmobile Industry Investigators: Stephen Reiling and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: Maine Snowmobile Association Amount: $5,000 Project Dates: September 2010 to July 2011 The Center for Sustainability Solutions: Linking Research with Action to Shape Maines Changing Landscape Investigators: One of multiple investigators. Sponsor: National Science Foundation-EPSCOR. Amount: $30,000,000 Project Dates: 2009-2014 Marketing New England Biofuels to Ensure Energy Security Investigators: Mario Teisl, Jonathan Rubin, and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: US Department of Transportation through Cornell University Sungrant Amount: $101,218 Project dates: July 2008 to July 2010 Saint John Valley Creative Economy Project Investigators: Kathryn Hunt and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: USDA Rural Business Opportunity Grants Amount: $49,837 Project dates: May 2008 to September 2009 Stonington Fisheries Industry Economic Impact Investigators: Caroline Noblet and James Wilson Sponsor: Town of Stonington Amount: $13,500 Project dates: March 2008 to September 2008 Cooperative Agreement to Study Consumer Demand for Food Safety Investigators: Mario Teisl, Brian Roe and Caroline Noblet 13

14 Sponsor: Center for Disease Control and Prevention Project Dates: September 2006 January 2010 Economic Impact of Non-Motorized Guide-Led Recreation in Maine Investigators: Caroline Noblet and Todd Gabe Sponsor: Maine Wilderness Society Amount: $11,530 Project dates: May 2006 September 2008 Supporting Innovation and Growth of the Environmental and Energy Technology Cluster Investigators: Todd Gabe and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: Environmental Energy and Technology Council of Maine Amount: $40,198 Project dates: April 2006 April 2007 Sustainable Transportation Funding for Maine Investigators: Charles Morris, Daniel Innis, Caroline Noblet, Jonathan Rubin and Gregory Gould Sponsor: Maine Department of Transportation Amount: $25,298 Project dates: September 2005 March 2006 Cooperative Agreement Proposal to the Maine Arts Commission Investigators: Kathryn Hunt and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: Maine Arts Commission Amount: $15,000 Project dates: September 2005 August 2007 RESEARCH GRANTS IN DEVELOPMENT Maine EPSCoR: The Nexus of Coastal Marine Social-Environmental Ecosytems and Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Investigators: multiple investigators Sponsor: National Science Foundation - EPSCoR Amount: $30,000,000 Project dates: 2014-2019 Submitted: August 2013 Feasibility Study of Unified Marketing of the American Lobster Investigators: Caroline Noblet, Harold Daniels Sponsor: Saltonstall Kennedy Amount: $250,000 Project dates: TBA Submitted: Residential Environmental Learning: Using Coupled Human-Natural Systems to Foster STEM Citizenship Investigators: multiple investigators; PI Cathy Eliot Sponsor: National Science Foundation - AISL Amount: $2.5 million Project dates: TBA Assessing Affects of the Lobster Culture on Maines Coastal Tourism Investigators: Caroline Noblet, Harold Daniels, Robert Bayer 14

15 Sponsor: U.S. Department of Commerce Amount: $179,145 Project dates: January 2014-December 31, 2015 Submitted: September 2013 Maine Clean Energy Economic Opportunity Roadmap Investigators: Todd Gabe and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: U.S. Dept of Energy through Environmental and Energy Technology Council of Maine Amount: $20,000 Project dates: TBA The Cooperation Dynamics of Local Food Organizations in Maine Investigators: Tim Waring and Caroline Noblet Sponsor: National Science Foundation Amount: $ 349,016 Project dates: 7/1/2014 - 6/30/2017 TEACHING AND ADVISEMENT Brief Teaching Statement I pride myself on teaching courses that engage students, provide them with pertinent and memorable examples and strengthen their skills in economics and environmental policy/behavior. My teaching evaluations, even in classes with a large number of students, indicate my continued effort, concern and success with students. Below I include information about courses taught, teaching enhancement activities and include a few comments from students over the years to demonstrate my continued commitment to student learning. Courses Taught Year Course Number of Overall Rating students of Instructor (max of 5) 2005 INT 105: Environmental Policy (Fall) 118 4.62 2006 INT 105: Environmental Policy (Spring) 116 4.82 INT 105: Environmental Policy (Fall) 118 4.65 2007 INT 105: Environmental Policy (Spring) 99 4.71 REP 190: World, Food , Population and the 118 4.64 Environment (Spring) ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 118 4.48 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 170 4.38 REP 190 (1): World, Food , Population and the 96 4.58 Environment (Fall) REP 190 (2): World, Food , Population and the 96 4.66 Environment (Fall) 2008 ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 117 4.63 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 144 4.67 INT 105(1): Environmental Policy (Spring) 77 4.24 INT 105(2): Environmental Policy (Spring) 140 4.33 INT 105: Environmental Policy (Summer) 14 5.00 ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 118 4.62 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 68 4.49 REP 190 (1): World, Food , Population and the 95 4.83 15

16 Environment (Fall) REP 190 (2): World, Food , Population and the 119 4.86 Environment (Fall) 2009 ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 96 4.41 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 149 4.67 ECO 121 (1) Principles of Macroeconomics (Spring) 101 4.65 ECO 121 (1) Principles of Macroeconomics (Spring) 166 4.71 ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 85 4.64 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 93 4.78 ECO 190 (1): World, Food , Population and the 88 4.89 Environment (Fall) ECO 190 (2): World, Food , Population and the 55 4.73 Environment (Fall) 2010 ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 92 4.72 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 95 4.58 ECO 120(1) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 153 4.64 ECO 120 (2) Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 83 4.60 ECO 410: Accelerated Introduction to Economic 18 4.67 Principles 2011 ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 111 4.68 ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) - 64 ^ Online ECO 180: Citizens, Energy and Sustainability (Spring) 78 4.50 ECO 120: Principles of Microeconomics (Summer) 30 ^ Online ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) - Hybrid 61 4.60 ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) Live 173 4.64 ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) Online 45 ^ (2*) ECO 410 Accelerated Economics (Fall) - Online 15 4.67 2012 ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 119 4.56 ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) 65 Online (2*) ECO 180: Citizens, Energy and Sustainability (Spring) 101 4.46 (2 Sec) ECO 590: Adv. Topics in Economics (Ind. Study) 1 N/A Quantitative Research Methods ECO 120: Principles of Microeconomics (Summer) 28 Online ECO 120: Principles of Microeconomics (Fall) 62 Online (2*) ECO 410 Accelerated Economics (Fall) - Online 11 2013 ECO 120: Principles of Microeconomics (Spring) Online (2*) ECO 180: Citizens, Energy and Sustainability (Spring) *The University of Maine offers the Academ-e program to top high school seniors. These courses are taught in tandem with regular college course offerings, but are separate sections which meet at least once in person during the semester. I regularly offer my ECO 120 course through this program at the request of the director Dr. Jeffrey St. John. Additional information on this program is available at: http://umaine.edu/academ-e/ Student Comments 16

17 Spring 2006- Professor Noblet is an excellent professor.. this is my third year at this university and she was the first professor to ever send me a personal email to congratulate me on doing well. Much appreciated. (INT 105) Spring 2007- Felt as if the instructor did everything possible to make the information clear to me (INT 105) Fall 2007 - One of the best courses Ive ever had (ECO 120) Fall 2007 I am planning on minoring in economics because of Professor Noblets excitement for the topic and great teaching skills (ECO 120) Spring2008 Couldnt have asked for a better more thorough teacher. Genuinely concerned about students progress, reasonable and understanding and available for help! A+(ECO 120) Fall 2009 Prof Noblet is a great lecturer she knows how people learn best and designs her class to maximize opportunity (ECO 120) Fall 2011 Mrs. Noblet is a great instructor. She brings enthusiasm to every class and it keeps you paying attention. I would be glad to take another course from her. (ECO 120) Fall 2011 Caroline was an excellent instructor. Class was always interesting. I felt challenged and interested. I learned a great deal and I am motivated to learn more. (ECO 410) Spring 2012 - I had a great time in Professor Noblets ECO 120 class. The lectures were thought provoking and entertaining and the exams were challenging yet reasonable. I have added Economics as a second major as a result of this course. (ECO 120) Graduate Students (MS unless noted): Year Student Project Title 2012- Nicholas The Economic Impact of Music Concerts 2014 Lisac 2013-? Sandra Goff To be determined 2013 Johanna Local Foods Barrett 2013- E. Silver To be determined; funded by Sustainable Energy pathway project 2017 (Ph.D.) 2011- J. McGuire Sustainability of Food Systems 2015 (Ph.D) 2012-14 M. Debartolo- To be determined (Co-Advisor) Stone 2012-14 E. Mandhar To be determined (Co-Advisor) 2010-12 S. Marrinen Measuring the Effectiveness of Communicating Messages about Sustainability (Co-Advisor) 2010-12 M. Wibberly Consumer Willingness to Pay for Off-Shore Wind Power (Co-Advisor) 2010-12 H. Engelberth Effectiveness of Mercury Consumption Messages for Pregnant Women in Maine 2011-14 R. Kelly Innovation Engineering as a Driver of Economic Development (Committee- Chair) 17

18 2009-11 K. Farrow Modeling the Demand and Supply of Environmentally Preferred Power 2006-08 E. Bacani Measuring the impacts of eco-marketing on Maine's vehicle market Undergraduate Honors Theses: Year Service Student Project Title 2010 Committee J. Erde Wage Premiums as Factors in Location Decisions 2009 Committee J. Cohen Who Buys Green in Maine: Consumer Profiles for Vehicle Class Choice Teaching Enhancement Activities 2013: Attend Secrets to Online Teaching: Design Beyond the Post, University of Maine Faculty Development. August 7, 2013. 2012: Attend One Journey to Better Multiple-Choice Testing, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. October 3, 2012. 2011:Presenter: Teaching Toolbox. Sponsored by Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. November 2, 2011. 4 Presenter: Continuing and Distance Education Faculty Forum. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. April 5, 2011. Facilitator/Workshop Leader: Beyond Survival: Transforming the Culture of Learning in Higher Education. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. March 11, 2011. Attend: Workshop Introductory Large Lecture-Based Online Course Traning. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. February 4, 2011 2010: Attend: What Does an A Mean? Grading Matters. Panel Discussion. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. October 19, 2010. Panelist: The Phenomenology of Teaching Todays Students. Panel Discussion. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. October 5, 2010. Attend: Todays College Student: What do the Data Tell Us? Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. September 21, 2010. 2009: Attend: What do the Best College Teachers Do? Conference with Ken Bain. Sponsored by Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. March 13, 2009. 2008: Attend Teaching Large-Lecture Classes, Panel Discussion. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine.. October 27, 2008. 2007: Awarded Active Student Learning Micro Grant to attend Creative Teaching Ideas for Your Basic Economics Course Conference in Tallahassee, Florida (2008) by Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. ($1,000). 2006: Attend Integrating Instructional Technology with Effective Teaching Methods, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, University of Maine. September 19, 2006. 18

19 SERVICE AND COMMITTEES 2014: Department Committee/Service Coordinator,UndergraduateCommittee(July1,2013) Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center UniversityCommittees Working Group commissioned by Associate Provost on Independent Studies Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, Steering Committee Blackboard Core Group for University of Maine System Information Technologies, Faculty representative from University of Maine 2013: Department Committee/Service Coordinator,UndergraduateCommittee(July1,2013) Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center UniversityCommittees Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, Steering Committee SearchCommittee,DeanoftheMaineBusinessSchool Blackboard Core Group for University of Maine System Information Technologies, Faculty representative from University of Maine 2012: Department Committees/Service Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center Member, Undergraduate Committee University Committees Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, Steering Committee -Reviewer of Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards SSI Economic Development Taskforce, Chair Blackboard Core Group for University of Maine System Information Technologies, Faculty representative from University of Maine Reviewer, Graduate Student Funding Grants Representative of UMaine, Maine EPSCoR or SOE Attend Maine Development Foundation Annual Meeting September 21, 2012. Portland, Maine Panel Facilitator, Maine EPSCoR Conference September 24, 2012. Panel Building Partnerships: Collaborating for Student Success in Interdisciplinary Research and Education. Orono, Maine 2011: Department Committees/Service Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center Member, Undergraduate Committee University Committees SSI Economic Development Taskforce, Chair Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, Advisory Committee 19

20 2010: Department Committees/Service Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center Member, Undergraduate Committee University Committees SSI Economic Development Taskforce, Chair Center for Excellence in Teaching and Assessment, Learning Circle/Workshop Speaker 2009: Department Committees/Service Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center Member, Undergraduate Committee 2008: Department Committees/Service Undergraduate Coordinator, School of Economics (FIE and ECO degrees) Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center Member, Undergraduate Committee 2007: Departmental Committees/Service Coordinator, School of Economics Laboratory and Advising Center OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 2014: Chair, Energy Session, Maine Water and Sustainability Conference. April 1, 2014. Augusta, Maine 2014: Reviewer of Articles Environmental Education Research (1) School of Economics Staff Papers (1) 2013: Reviewer of Articles Agricultural and Resource Economics Review (1) Economic Journal (1) Environmental Education Research (1) 2012: Reviewer of Articles Environmental Education Research (1) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1) Selected for Participation in School for Theories in Economic and Environmental Psychology (STEEP), Aarhus, Denmark (July 1-7) Reviewer of Textbook: Principles of Economics Dirk Mateer and Lee Coppock. W.W. Norton and Company Publishing. Representative of UMaine, Maine EPSCoR or SOE Attend Maine Development Foundation Annual Meeting September 21, 2012. Portland, Maine. 2011: Reviewer of Articles Environment and Development Economics (1) Ecological Economics (1) 20

21 Representative of UMaine,Maine Epscor or SOE Maine Energy Education Forum (October 31, 2011) [attended at the request of SSI- EPSCoR Management Team]. Maple Hill Farms, Hallowell Maine. Participate in composition of state-wide vision for Energy Literacy (only UMaine representative). SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY 2013: The Nature Conservancy: Review proposal entitled 'Baseline Assessment of Impacts on People from the Penobscot River Restoration'. Offer recommendations on the protocol and methods of the project, as well as help re-design questions included within the analysis. Dr. Lynne Lewis of Bates was a co-reviewer. This review was completed in September 2013. Other: Bangor Regional Leadership Institute Graduate,classof2007 AlumniCommittee,20072009 Chair,FundraisingCommittee,20072009 Bangor Land Trust BoardofDirector,20072010 21

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