Professor, Community Development Specialist, USU
Much of Dr. Daniels professional interests focus on community linkages to natural resources and in collaborative processes in natural resource management. He has been involved in a number of community-level collaborations, primarily in the Pacific Northwest. With Dr. Gregg Walker of OSU, he is a co-author of “Working Through Environmental Conflict: The Collaborative Learning Approach.” In addition to the Collaborative Learning book, Dr. Daniels has published more than 80 scientific papers, book chapters, and reports. Many of these report experiences or methods developed through Collaborative Leaning projects on behalf of agencies or communities. Working with various federal natural resource management agencies has been Dr. Daniels’ major area of practice. As a result of this broad base of experience, Dr. Daniels has taught in courses for several agencies, NGOs, and at 19 universities in the USA and abroad.
- Community: Come Together – Collaboration Not Conflict