As an interdisciplinary scholar, Emily is dedicated to conducting and disseminating high risk -high reward research.
She has published two federally funded research papers over sustainable development and civil sector sustainability, as well as presented her findings at over nine different conferences.
Additionally, Emily was recently published in the American Journal of Health as a co-author on article debating literary relevance and digital dissonance.
Emily's work focuses on the impact of environmental perceptions on human health, commodification, the culture of work and spend, as well as the externalities associated with the waste of discarded electronics and textiles.
Her liberal arts education in the field of environmental science and policy in conjunction with an interdisciplinary concentration has generated research that is free of the mental barriers usually created by traditional silos.
As a result, Emily's research has proven to be both progressive and predictive.
excerpt of ongoing research on international aftermarket industry
Environmental Sociology Editorial:
White paper: Electronic waste management + human health
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH:
AJPH THINK TANK ARTICLE OVER LITERARY RELEVANCE IN THE DIGITAL AGE.
PUBLICATION: "Assessing Assessments of Sustainability"
Rural Romanian Women & Agriculture
UPCOMING: NOVEL +AJPH LEGACY EDITORIAL