The University of Arizona

Alison Meadow | CLIMAS

Associate Research Professor, Office of Societal Impact

Dr. Alison Meadow is an Associate Research Professor in the University of Arizona’s Office of Societal Impact. Dr. Meadow has a background in environmental anthropology, Indigenous studies, and urban planning. Her research focuses on the process of linking scientists with decision makers to improve the usability of climate science, with a particular emphasis on evaluating the societal impacts of research. In addition to her affiliation with CLIMAS, she is a co-investigator with the Department of the Interior’s Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (SW CASC). Along with CLIMAS colleague Gigi Owen, she was a 2020 fellow of the Center for Advancing Research Impacts in Society.