Andrew (Andy) McGuire, PhD
- Teaching Faculty
I received my PhD in biological sciences in 2017 with a focus on environmental governance. My current research interests surround the institutionalization of decision-making processes that are both environmentally and socially sustainable. Specifically, I am interested in the relationship between the structure of a community and how that influences the ability of individuals to practice agency, demonstrate leadership, and build trust.
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Peer Reviewed Publications:
McGuire, S. A., & Ehlinger, T. (2022). Restoration as social-ecological transformation: Emergence in the Pike River Watershed. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
Ghosh Roy, S., Wimpee, C. F., McGuire, S. A., & Ehlinger, T. J. (2022). Responses of Bacterial Taxonomical Diversity Indicators to Pollutant Loadings in Experimental Wetland Microcosms. Water, 14(2), 251.
Ghosh Roy, S., Wimpee, C. F., McGuire, S. A., & Ehlinger, T. J. (2021). Effects of Land Use and Pollution Loadings on Ecotoxicological Assays and Bacterial Taxonomical Diversity in Constructed Wetlands. Diversity, 13(4), 149.
McGuire, S. A., & Ehlinger, T. J. (2018). Analysis of social-ecological dynamics driving conflict in linked surface groundwater systems. Ecology and Society, 23(4).