Jacqueline Meijer-Irons started the Evans School Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management program in 2006. Her research focuses on individual and household-level response to environmental stress in rural communities in Thailand. In particular, she is interested in learning how adaptive response to climate change might be moderated by intervening institutions and perceptions of risk. Meijer-Irons is a recipient of a NICHD pre-doctoral traineeship, awarded though the UW's Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology.
Meijer-Irons holds a Masters in Public Administration from the Evans School, as well as a BA in Integrative Biology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Areas of specialization
- Christensen, J., J. Meijer-Irons and R. Lake. (2009) “The Charter Landscape in 2009: The last five years of charter school growth” in Hopes, Fears and Reality: A Balanced Look at American Charter Schools in 2009.
- Chrisinger, C., J. Meijer-Irons and R. Garshick Kleit. (2008) “Methods of Poverty Measurement” Community Vitality Project Working Paper (unpublished). Evans School of Public Affairs
- Meijer-Irons, J. and S. Curran (2007) Book Review: Victoria D. Markham & Nadia Steinzor. U.S. National Report on Population and the Environment. New Canaan, CT: Center for Environment and Population, 2006 Organization & Environment, Vol. 20, No. 3, 395-398 (2007)
- Shandas, V., M. Alberti, J. Gibson, S. Moddemeyer, J. Meijer-Irons, 2003. “A GIS-Based Water Demand Model for Municipal Application” in International Conference on Geospatial Sciences, New Delhi, India, January 27- 30.
- Germanov, D. and Meijer-Irons, J. 2003. Strategic Business Planning: Curriculum Module. Created for The Russia Microfinance Project: A U.S. Department of State/NISCUP Funded Partnership among the UW, Siberian Academy of Public Administration, and Irkutsk State University.
- Germanov, D., Meijer-Irons, J. and Carver, J. 2003. Evaluation and Impact Assessment: Curriculum Module. Created for The Russia Microfinance Project: A U.S. Department of State/NISCUP Funded Partnership among the UW, Siberian Academy of Public Administration, and Irkutsk State University.