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Marilyn Averill

Marilyn Averill

Center for Science and Technology Policy Research
1333 Grandview Avenue
Campus Box 488
Boulder, CO 80309-0488

Tel: 303-735-0451
Fax: 303-735-1576


Marilyn Averill is a doctoral student in Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado. Her research interests focus on international environmental governance, the politics of science, and science and technology policy, particularly in the context of global climate change. Her most recent work involves the use of science and the treatment of uncertainty in litigation relating to climate change, and the effects these cases may have on law, science, and policy.

Before returning to graduate school, Marilyn was an attorney with the Office of the Solicitor, United States Department of the Interior, where she provided legal advice to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Park Service. She holds Master’s degrees in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government and in Educational Research and Evaluation Methodology from the University of Colorado, and a law degree from the University of Colorado.

Please also visit Marilyn's homepage at the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research.