Alison Meadow

Associate Research Professor, Arizona Institutes for Resilience

Alison M. Meadow is an Associate Research Professor in Research, Innovation, and Impact (RII) – Societal Impact. She received her PhD in Anthropology from the Resilience and Adaptation Program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Dr. Meadow’s research focuses on the process of linking research with decision making to improve the usability of science as well as evaluating the societal impacts of research. With CLIMAS, Dr. Meadow led the development of a series of Community Climate Profiles that have helped communities in the Southwest access the climate science they need to support their adaptation planning efforts. She currently works with research programs, including CLIMAS, to help them move research into use by communities, practitioners, and policymakers. 


CLIMAS Related Outreach