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Publications

  • Clarke, T., D. Rodriguez and J. Alamillo. 2015. Engaging Latino(a) Communities in National Park Programs: Building Trust and Providing Opportunities for Voice. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development Journal 4: 136-148.

  • Lafferty, K., D. Rodriguez and A. Chapman. 2013. Temporal and spatial variation in bird and human use of beaches in southern California. SpringerPlus 2: 1-24.

  • Rodriguez, D.A. and P. Pacheco. 2011. Transformative Education: Creating a generation of environmental leaders. The Journal for Civic Commitment 16: 1-13.

  • Rodriguez, D.A. and S. Frisch. 2010. Building concern for public lands in an urban coastal environment. In Public Lands Stewardship and The American Democracy Project, edited by G. Mahaffey and S. Philyaw. Washington D.C.: American Association of State Colleges and University (AASCU).

  • Rodriguez, D.A. and A. Chapman. 2008. Have shorebird populations changed along the Ventura coast in the last decade? In Proceedings of the 7th California Islands Symposium. Oxnard, CA: National Park Service.

  • Rodriguez, D.A. and N.S. Roberts. 2008. Use of Multiple Methods: An Examination of Constraints Effecting Ethnic Minority Visitor Use of National Parks and Management Implications. Ethnic Studies Review 31: 35-71.

  • Rodriguez, D.A. and G.N. Wallace. 2007. A multi-jurisdictional collaborative planning process for resolving cross-boundary issues. In George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites: Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World.. Minneapolis, MN: George Wright Society.

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Positions & Honors

  • 2009 – Maximus Award as Outstanding Faculty of the Year , Associated Students of California State University Channel Islands

  • 2009 – SAGE Faculty Research Mentor Award , California State University Channel Islands

  • 2007 – Outstanding Faculty Service Learning Award , California State University Channel Islands

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