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About us|Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

Haub School of Environment
and Natural Resources
Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099

Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming

Maggie Bourque, Haub School of Environment and Natural ResourcesMaggie Bourque, Student Advising Coordinator

Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

University of Wyoming


(307) 766-5089  |  |  Kendall House, Rm 102



MS Natural Science (Education) and ENR, University of Wyoming

Thesis: "Organizational Learning in Interdisciplinary Education Programs"

Graduate Program of Teton Science Schools: Place-based Education and Field Ecology

Certificate in Shakespeare and Modern Drama (performance), British American Drama Academy, London, England

BA Philosophy and Theatre Arts, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

Background and expertise

As Student Advising Coordinator and Academic Lecturer in the Haub School, Maggie serves as academic and career advisor for the Haub School's undergraduate students, instructor, assessment coordinator, field course designer, curriculum developer, recruiter, and more.

Maggie's professional and academic work spans education, cultural geography, natural science, philosophy, and the arts. Before joining the Academic Programs of the Haub School, she held positions with L.A. Theatre Works, Friends of Ballona Wetlands, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, and Teton Science Schools, among others. Her professional work includes curriculum and assessment consulting, institutional ethnography, and education program administration. She specializes in place-based pedagogy, art-science integration, phenomenology, environmental social science, and field education. Maggie takes a creative, interdisciplinary, and collaborative approach to understanding complex relationships among people and places.


  • ENR 1100, Environment & Natural Resource Problems & Policies
  • ENR 3900, Art & Environment
  • ENR 4970, Internship
  • NASC/EE 4800, Energy Policies and Impacts

Service, research, and professional affiliations

  • UW Social Justice Research Center Advisory Board Member
  • Affiliate faculty member for the UW Science & Mathematics Teaching Center
  • Researcher, Collaborative Event Ethnography: UN Convention on Biological Diversity
  • Member, Association of Environmental Studies & Sciences
  • Member, American Anthropological Association
  • Member, North American Association for Environmental Education
  • Wilderness First Responder (WMI/NOLS)

Selected publications and accomplishments

Corson, C; Gruby, R.; Witter, R.; Hagerman, S.; Suarez, D.C.; Greenberg, S.; Bourque, M.; Gray, N.; Campbell, L.M. (2013, in press). Everyone’s Solution? Defining and Redefining Protected Areas in the Convention on Biological Diversity. Conservation and Society.

Hagerman, S.; Witter, R.; Corson, C.; Suarez, D.C.; Maclin, E.M.; Bourque, M.; Campbell, L. (2012). On the Coattails of Climate? Opportunities and Threats of a Warming Earth for Biodiversity Conservation. Global Environmental Change 22, 724-735.

Bourque, M. (2012). L.A. Theatre Works Audio Theatre Collection. Document Project.“Experience of Place.” Alexander Street Press.

Bourque, M. (2012). L.A. Theatre Works Audio Theatre Collection. Document Project. “The Social Sciences.” Alexander Street Press.

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