Emma S. Norman, Ph.D.

Currently advising graduate students:

Naima Khan, MS student, MTU’s Environmental and Energy Policy Program,
Thesis: Assessment of the socio-economic-and cultural impacts of solar bottle lights in informal settlements of Dhaka City, Bangladesh.


Amanada Kreuze: MS student, MTU’s Environmental and Energy Policy Program,
Thesis: Determining the Water Security Status of Mombasa, Kenya.

Serving on Committee:

Valoree Gangnon, PhD student, MTU’s Environmental and Energy Policy.
Dissertation: Managing the Lake Superior toxic riskscape: The role of health perceptions among organizations, agencies, and the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community


Noah Goyke, MS student, MTU’s Forestry, and Peace Corps Masters International,
Thesis: The social and economic dynamics of community forestry projects in rural Paraguay

Mizanur Rahman, PhD student, MTU’s Environmental and Energy Policy,
Dissertation:  Scope and opportunities of the implementation of Industrial Ecology in Bangladesh

Rosie Simms, MA student, Institute of Resources and Environmental Sustainability, University of British Columbia,
Thesis: Water Governance and First Nations leadership in Similkameen Valley, British Columbia

Melanie Xuna Yang, PhD student, MTU’s Environmental and Energy Policy,
Dissertation: Analyzing China’s New Energy Policy: Biofuel Technology and Land-Grapping in Western Africa

Environmental and Energy Policy PhD Program

Graduate Program in Environmental Policy


Emma S. Norman

Chair, Sciene Department/
Environmental Science Program
Northwest Indian College
2522 Kwina Road
Bellingham, WA 98226 USA
ph. 360-392-4309
enorman@nwic.edu
Visit: www.nwic.edu