Rob Anderson (he/him)

Ph.D. Alum
photo of Rob


PhD, Geography, UW, 2022
M.A., Geography, UW, 2017
Certificate, Stream Restoration, University of Washington, 2012
B.A., Political Science and Music, Vassar College, 2005
Curriculum Vitae (72.27 KB)

Rob Anderson is a critical environmental geographer and was a 2022 graduate of the PhD program at UW Geography. His research investigates the social and political dimensions of environmental management in rapidly changing (and often highly contested) socio-ecological systems. He is particularly interested in the challenges of biodiversity and wildlife conservation and ecological restoration.


Courses Taught

Spring 2022

Autumn 2021

Summer 2021

Additional Courses

Autumn 2019

Introduction to Restoration Ecology (BES 362). University of Washington Bothell, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Environmental Sciences.

Autumn 2018

Critical and Imaginative Restoration Ecologies (SMEA 500/CHID 498). School of Marine and Environmental Affairs and Comparative History of Ideas. Co-developed with Cleo Woelfle-Erskine.


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Professional Affiliations
American Association of Geographers

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