1 LISA GRANQUIST PhD Candidate, Law & Public Policy Northeastern University, School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs 310 Renaissance Park, 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA MOBILE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION Ph.D. Candidate, Law and Public Policy, Northeastern University, 2010 present Expected defense, spring 2015 Dissertation title: The capacity of local regulations to facilitate coastal resiliency in Massachusetts, and Erosion as Pollution: The net economic and shoreline effects of coastal structures. Dissertation Committee: Peter Rosen, Porter Hoagland, Brian Helmuth, Alan Clayton- Matthews Guest Student, Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2013-present B.S., Management Studies, Boston University, summa cum laude, 2008 Master s Certificate, Government Contracting, School of Business and Public Affairs, George Washington University, 2003 Graduate, School of Industrial Management, 4-year Professional Program, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2000 RESEARCH INTERESTS The legal, economic, and policy issues in coastal management: The legal conflicts of coastal climate change adaptation; regulatory and economic feasibility of innovative adaptation solutions using existing technologies (e.g. proposed Boston canal system); effects of marine renewable energy on the ecosystem services of estuarine systems; public-private partnership opportunities to achieve urban coastal sustainability; integrated cross-jurisdictional coastal resilience policy design; application of emerging ideas to coastal resilience (e.g. anti-fragile, self-learning systems); nature-human systems interactions in the coastal zone. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Teaching Assistant, Cities, Sustainability and Climate Change (LPSC7312, graduate), Law & Public Policy Program, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall Training completed: Online Teaching Pedagogy & Course Design for Faculty, Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research, Northeastern University, Fall Program Coordinator and Teaching Assistant, Climate Change. Challenges. Solutions. Open Classroom, (LPSC7226 graduate, LPSC4226 undergraduate), Spring Teaching Assistant, Urban Economic Development and Politics (POLS7315, graduate), Political Science Dept., Spring Instructor of Record, Law and the City (LPSC3305), Law & Public Policy Undergraduate Minor, Summer Teaching Assistant, Law and the City (LPSC3305), Undergraduate Minor, Spring 2011.
2 Teaching Fellow, Programs in Innovation and Technology Management, Boston University (TM520 executive undergraduate and AD741 graduate, ). Included development of hybrid and online course (AD741-EL). COURSE DEVELOPMENT Online Course Developer for the graduate course, Cities, Sustainability & Climate Change (LPSC7312), College of Engineering and School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs, Northeastern University, Fall 2013 Spring 2014, Platform: Blackboard. Coordinator of interdisciplinary program open to the public, Climate Change Open Classroom series (LPSC7226), School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs, Spring Team member, New course development team, Climate Change Law & Policy graduate and undergraduate courses (LPSC7225, LPSC4225), Northeastern University, Spring 2011, Fall Online and Hybrid Course Developer for the graduate course, The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services, (AD741-EL), Boston University, 2009, Platform: Moodle. PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS Granquist, L., Hoagland, P. (2014). Erosion as Pollution: A spatial and econometric study of the effects of accelerated erosion from coastal structures. (In preparation.) Fitzgerald, J., Granquist, L., Khatiwada, I., McLaughlin, J., Renner, M., Sum, A. (2010). Reviving the U.S. Rail and Transit Industry: Investments and Job Creation. Worldwatch Institute, Apollo Alliance, Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University. Bridge, E., Granquist, L., Hoffer, E., Schwartz, A. (2010). A Child Obesity Research Project Testing Signage at Two Middle Schools in Everett, MA. Prepared for and funded by the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General. Detzler, M. L., Van Liew, C., Dorward [Granquist], L. Jenkins, R. and Teslicko, D. (2007). Youth voices thrive in Facilitating Leadership in Youth. New Directions for Youth Development, 2007: doi: /yd.238, Published Feb. 21, 2008 in the quarterly publication of the Program in Education, Afterschool & Resiliency, an initiative of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital. Andelman, M., Zulkiewicz, J., Martino, M., Dorward [Granquist], L., (2005). Research Annual Report, Low Maintenance, Low Energy Water Purification Flow through Capacitor Using Mesoscale Materials, Subtitle: Flow Through Capacitor for the Onboard Water Recovery Unit. U. S. Army Research Office, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 12 April, pp PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS AT CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS 2014 October. Virginia Institute of Marine Science seminar, Shoreline Change in Urban Massachusetts: Erosion As Pollution? Joint research presented by Porter Hoagland, PhD, Sr. Researcher, WHOI 2013 October. AccessEU: A European-American Conference Transatlantic Solutions to Sea Level Rise Adaptation, Norfolk, VA. Workshop participant and presented two posters with discussion sessions March. Award Winner: Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo RISE2013, Northeastern University, Poster title, Armoring the Massachusetts Coast: Increased Protection or Added Risk? 2013 February. Workshop presentation by Porter Hoagland at the American Association for the Page 2 October 2014
3 Advancement of Science (AAAS), Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, of co-authored research, Shoreline Change in Urban Massachusetts, Time for Retreat? 2013 February. Workshop presentation at the School of Marine Science and Technology, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, of co-authored research, Shoreline Change in Massachusetts, Some Policy Perspectives March. Poster presenter. Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo RISE2012, Northeastern University, Poster title, Accelerated Erosion and Sea Level Rise, The Case for Adaptive Policies July. Poster presenter and session moderator. Coastal Zone 2011 International Conference, Chicago, Poster title, Accelerated Erosion and Sea Level Rise, The Case for Adaptive Policies. INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES 2012 March. Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Forum presentation and discussion of research, Northeastern University Humanities Center, special presentation for the Susan Shaw Residency. Presentation title, Accelerated Erosion and Sea Level Rise, The Case for Adaptive Policies April. Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Forum on The Environment, presentation and discussion of research, Northeastern University Humanities Center. Presentation title, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, and the Preservation of Massachusetts Coastal Communities. 2005, 2006, Guest Entrepreneur & Mentor, Dinner for Entrepreneurs Program, Collaborative for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Department of Management, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Business Case Presentation coauthor and team member, Capacitive Deionization for the Consumer Products Market to domestic and international business development teams from corporations including Unilever Ventures Ltd., Pentair, Inc., W.L. Gore & Associates, and to groups from the Middle East and the EU February. Business Case Presentation author and presentation team member, Capacitive Deionization Technology for Coal Bed Methane Natural Gas Produced Water Treatment. Hosted by Four Corners Chamber of Commerce. To coal bed methane exploration company executives and engineers, NM State engineers, reclamation engineers, landowners, environmental engineers, and representatives of Native American Nations. Farmington, New Mexico January. Business Case Presenter and Co-Author, WPI Venture Forum, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA. CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED Comprehensive exams study group workshop for Law & Public Policy PhD students present. e-research workshops for Policy School graduate students, Northeastern University Session moderator, Coastal Zone 2011 Conference, Chicago present. Citation management workshops Policy School graduate students, Northeastern University Symposium organizer team member, Graduate School of Education, Boston University, No Child Left Behind; conducted educator interviews, broadcast media coordinator WPI Venture Forum Program Committee member, WPI Page 3 October 2014
4 2005. Center for Women and Enterprise volunteer, Springboard Conference, Harvard Business School, November Designed and implemented Federal R&D Contract and Subcontract Management Basics training for engineering and financial management teams for new U.S. Dept. of Energy R&D contract for MeadWestvaco Specialty Chemicals Division, Charleston, SC, August. GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS Dissertation Support Award, Law & Public Policy Program, Northeastern University Research and Teaching Assistantship for online course development, Northeastern University, College of Engineering & School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Northeastern University College of Social Sciences and Humanities 2011, Travel Grants, Law & Public Policy Program Research and Teaching Assistantships, Law and Public Policy Program 2010, 2011, Conference travel grants, Northeastern Graduate Student Government Teaching Fellowship, Boston University, Program in Innovation and Technology Management UNIVERSITY SERVICE AND ADVISING 2009-present. Law & Public Policy PhD and MS Programs, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University Creator and organizer, PhD Development Bi-weekly Seminar inaugural series, Fall 2013 Spring 2014, Fall 2014 Organizer, Research workshops i. Legal research workshops, ii. e-research and citation management workshops, Fall Creator and administrator of the PhD comprehensive exams review library using Evernote, present Coach, Comprehensive exam preparation for PhD students, present Creator & organizer, PhD and Masters Peer Mentoring Program, No previous peer mentor program existed. Fall 2010 Fall 2012 Officer, Law & Public Policy Student Association, 2009 present Facilitated alliance agreement with Boston University Metropolitan College and Quinsigamond Community College HONORS AND AWARDS Nominated for the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in [university] Community Service Research award. RISE2013 Award, Graduate Division, Research & Innovation Scholarship Expo, Social Sciences, Business and Law category for Armoring the Massachusetts Coast: Increased Protection or Added Risk? Center for Research & Innovation, Northeastern University The Undergraduate Student Academic Achievement Award, Boston University Dean s List, Boston University Page 4 October 2014
5 SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCIES Quantitative analysis software: SAS JMP, STATA, SPSS Qualitative analysis software: QDA Miner, Dedoose, NVivo 10 ArcGIS v. 10. ESRI certifications in Urban & Regional Planning, Georeferencing Rasters, and 5-semester hours of graduate-level GIS courses at Northeastern University, 2011 Citation management software (Zotero, EndNote) Cloud-based and mobile file sharing platforms Complex networks visualization software: Gephi (basic proficiency) Google Apps suite including Google sites (developed sites for team research projects) Google Earth Pro MS Office, Open Office Operating systems: Windows 7, 8, Android, ios CONSULTING Facilitating Leadership in Youth, Inc. (501c3), Washington, DC Grant writing & reporting, Financial, HR, and Program Operations DC Alliance of Youth Advocates, Inc. (501c3), Washington, DC Organizational Development and Operations Management MeadWestvaco, Specialty Chemicals Division, Research & Technical Center, Charleston, SC Federal Research & Development Contract Management Biosource, Inc. (Physical science research & development), Worcester, MA New Business Development & Acquisition team member Business & Contracts Manager, as employee, o Contracts & proposals included: Dept. of Defense, Dept. of Energy, Office of Navy Research, US Army Research & Engineering Command, US EPA, NASA, State agencies, foreign government economic development agencies, The World Bank o Intellectual property preservation and tracking, subcontract management, all audits (performance, contract, financial), project management PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Member, American Society of Adaptation Professionals Member, Union of Concerned Scientists Page 5 October 2014