Dr. Stacia Dreyer is an environmental social scientist broadly interested in the human dimensions of environmental issues. As an Assistant Research Professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University, she works on projects related to the food-energy-water nexus, renewable energy, sustainable consumption, and other environmental and sustainability issues. She also serves on the Social Science Advisory Committee for the Puget Sound Partnership, a state agency in Washington which leads the effort to restore and protect Puget Sound. She received an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Environmental Psychology and Behavioral Economics with the Sustainability Solutions Initiative at the University of Maine in 2014. After receiving her Ph.D., she completed three years of postdoctoral training in the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at the University of Washington. Dr. Dreyer first became involved in the field of conservation and environmental psychology while completing her M.Ed. in Environmental Education at Western Washington University. She completed her B.A. in Psychology at Truman State University. As a first-generation undergraduate student, she was a proud participant in the McNair Scholars Program while at Truman.
- Ph.D. Environmental Psychology and Behavioral Economics, University of Maine 2014
- M.Ed. Environmental Education, Western Washington University 2009
- B.A. Psychology, Truman State University 2002