Graduate Student, Institute of Behavioral Science
Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology, University of Colorado at Boulder
Environment and Society Program
Research Interests: Social and Environmental Impacts of Petroleum Development on the Eagle Ford Shale; Environmental Risk and Subjectivities; Uneven Development and Corporate Social Responsibility
Skills and Expertise: Ethnographic Research Methods
Brief Biography: Gregg has a BS in anthropology from Baylor University. His graduate training is funded by a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. He is currently conducting his dissertation research with funding from the National Science Foundation’s Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, his topic is entitled Uneven Development and Environmental Subjectivities in the Eagle Ford Shale, South Texas.