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Jennifer L. Jacquet

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

NYU

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New York City, New York,10016

United States

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NYU Langone Medical Center, a world-class, patient-centered, integrated academic medical center, is one of the nation's premier centers for excellence in clinical care, biomedical research, and medical education. Located in the heart of Manhattan, NYU Langone ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Clinical Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies Department

New York University


Affiliations

New York WILD Film Festival Site

BOARD OF ADVISORS Member


USAID Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge

Pew Marine Conservation Fellow


UBC

Post-Doctoral Researcher With Sea Around Us Project


Sea Around Us Contact

Project Members


Hua Foundation

Board of Advisors Member


Shark Truth

Advisory Board Member


Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association

Board Member


College for Interdisciplinary Studies

Post-Doctoral Fellow At Fisheries Centre


Ocean Sentry

Volunteer Field Agent


Education

B.A.

Economics and Environmental Studies

Western Washington University


M.S.

Environmental Economics


M.S.

Environmental Economics

Cornell University


Ph.D.


PhD

New York University


PhD

University of British Columbia


Web References(193 Total References)


WHO GETS TO KEEP SECRETS? Hillis's Question: An EdgeSpecial Event! | Edge.org

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Jennifer Jacquet
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, NYU; Author, Is Shame Necessary? To Jennifer Jacquet:


About Us | New York Wild Film Festival

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Jennifer Jacquet
Jennifer Jacquet is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at NYU interested in large-scale conservation dilemmas, including overfishing, climate change, and the protection of wildlife. She received a Sloan Research Fellowship in 2015, and was named a Pew Marine Conservation Fellow as well as a grand prize winner of the USAID Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge in 2016. Read more...


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Googleplex, Mountain View, California - August 12-14, 2011 Frank Wilczek, Jennifer Jacquet, Timo Hannay [9.11.11]
Here are reports from Frank Wilczek, Jennifer Jacquet, and Timo Hannay. Jennifer Jacquet: Postdoctoral Researcher, Fisheries Centre/Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia 18 original essays by the brightest young minds in science: Kevin P. Hand - Felix Warneken - William McEwan - Anthony Aguirre - Daniela Kaufer and Darlene Francis - Jon Kleinberg - Coren Apicella - Laurie R. Santos - Jennifer Jacquet - Kirsten Bomblies - Asif A. Ghazanfar - Naomi I. Eisenberger - Joshua Knobe - Fiery Cushman - Liane Young - Daniel Haun - Joan Y. Chiao Jennifer Jacquet Clinical Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, NYU; Researching cooperation and the tragedy of the commons Postdoctoral Researcher, Fisheries Centre/Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia Jennifer Jacquet Clinical Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, NYU... Jennifer Jacquet Clinical Assistant Professor of Environmental... [ Read ] Jennifer Jacquet's Website Jennifer Jacquet [ 11.4.13 ] Brian Eno, Jennifer Jacquet [ 11.22.11 ] Brian Eno, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Mark Pagel, Jennifer Jacquet, John Brockman [ 10.16.11 ] Jennifer Jacquet [ 7.13.11 ]


The Vegan Feed : vegan podcasts : Our Hen House

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Episode 377: Jennifer Jacquet, and Simone Reyes
Mariann interviews Jennifer Jacquet , assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Studies at NYU and part of the Animal Studies Initiative. Jennifer is the author of Is Shame Necessary? New Uses for an Old Tool, which makes a case for why shame is often a weapon of choice in a highly globalized (... More) Welcome to the 377th episode of Our Hen House! Mariann interviews Jennifer Jacquet , assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Studies at NYU and part of the Animal Studies Initiative. Jennifer is the author of Is Shame Necessary? New Uses for an Old Tool, which makes a case for why shame is often a weapon of choice in a highly globalized world facing many social and environmental dilemmas. She works on large-scale environmental and animal-related problems, including overfishing, climate change, and the wildlife trade. The post Episode 377: Jennifer Jacquet, and Simone Reyes appeared first on Our Hen House.


Edge in the News | Edge.org

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JENNIFER JACQUET ON HOW YOU CAN HELP SAVE SEA LIFE
Jennifer Jacquet, Clinical Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies at NYU (and Edge's Roving Editor), in a videotaped talk at the New England Aquarium. Jacquet talks about different initiatives for consumers that have (and have not) had an impact on overfishing and sea life, including sea food wallet cards listing the various endangered species of fish. She also mentions her own struggles against big organizations who have environmentally harmful fishing processes and how people can help fight back. [Watch 58 minutes video.]


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