Teresa Cavazos Cohn, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
McCall Field Campus
McCall Field Campus
PO Box 1025
1800 University Lane
McCall, ID 83638
- Ph.D. Montana State University, Department of Earth Sciences, Geography
- B.A. The Colorado College Maj. English, Min. Central American Studies, 1996
- Water and hydrosocial relations with emphasis on Indigenous communities
- Cultural geography of the American West
- Science Communication and Education
Cohn, T. A Tapestry of Fire. Milkweed Editions. (Under Contract)
Vierling, K.T., Aycrigg, J., Cohn, T.C., Holbrook, J.D., Lorenz, T.J., and Svancara, L. From the talk to the walk: effective communication makes for effective management. In Wildlife and Landscapes: Principles and Applications for Landscape Management. W.F. Porter, C.J. Parent, and D.M. Williams (Eds). John Hopkins University Press. Invited chapter. (In Press)
Olsen S., Miller, B.G., Eitel B.K., Cohn, T.C. 2020. Assessing Teachers’ Environmental Citizenship Based on an Adventure Learning Workshop: A Case Study from a Social-ecological Systems Perspective, Journal of Science Teacher Education, DOI: 10.1080/1046560X.2020.1771039
Berry, K. Cohn, T.C., Oliviera, K, Redman I.M. 2019. Languages and Water: Arapaho and Hawaiian in Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. Ed. Brunn, S. and Kehrein, R. Springer. Doi:10.1007/978-3-319-73400-2_156-1)
Cohn, T.C., Berry, K., Whyte, K.P., Norman, E. 2019. Spatio-temporal conceptions and tribal water quality governance in the United States. Water, Special Issue “Water Governance: Retheorizing Politics” Water 11, 99. doi:10.3390/w11010099
Berry, K. Jackson S., Cohn, T.C., Matsui K. 2017. Indigenous water histories II; water histories and the cultural politics of water for contemporary Indigenous groups. Water History, Special Issue on Indigenous Water History 1-7.
Cohn, T.C., Wyckoff W., Rinella M., Eitel, J. 2016. Seems like I hardly see them around anymore: Historical geographies of riparian forest decline along the Wind River. Water History, Special Issue on Indigenous Water History 8(4):405-429.
Matsui, K., Berry, K., Cohn, T.C., Jackson, S. 2016. Indigenous Water Histories I: Recovering Oral Histories, Interpreting Indigenous Perspectives, and Revealing Hybrid Waterscapes. Water History, Introduction to Special Issue on Indigenous Water History8(4):357-363.
Delparte, D.M, Richardson, R., Eitel, K., Matsaw, S., Cohn, T. 2016. Promoting Geoscience STEM Interest in Native American Students: GIS, Geovisualization and Reconceptualizing Spatial Thinking Skills. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Research 15(5):1-15.
Redman, I.M., Redman, M., Cohn, T.C. 2016. Teiitooniine’etii: to live quietly, live calmly. Journal of Sustainability Education 11(February). http://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/content/teiitooniineetii-to-live-quietly-live-calmly_2016_03/
Cohn, T.C., Swansen, E., White Man Runs Him, G., Hugs, D., Stevens, L., Flamm, D. 2014. Placing Ourselves on a Digital Earth: Sense of Place Geoscience Education in Crow Country. Journal of Geoscience Education. 62(2):203-216.
University of Idaho Excellence in Teaching Award, 2020
Visiting Scientist Fellowship, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, 2015