Noa Bruhis

Education: MS in Water Resources Engineering, Oregon State University; BS Mechanical Engineering, UC Davis

Current Position: Doctoral student in the Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology program at Arizona State University.

Supported by: JPB Fellow Kirk Jalbert
Noa is working with JPB Fellow Kirk Jalbert on a study of stakeholders engaged in Northeast sustainable fisheries policy debates, a study in partnership with JPB Fellow Matthew Cutler.

Noa’s personal research is an expansive study of stakeholders in the Arizona helium extraction debate as well. “I come from a background in engineering, having spent several years in industry designing environmental sensors. My broad research at ASU explores perceptions and relationships that humans have to their water resources. My work with the Collaborative yields film products in an effort to document and widely share current perceptions surrounding helium extraction, including its potential impacts on water resources. I also assist with a CivicFutures study of sustainable fisheries debates in partnership with researchers at NOAA Northeast Fisheries.” Noa Bruhis