PhD, Environment (2009)
Duke University, Durham, NC
MA, Geography (2003)
The University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada
BSc, Environment (2000)
McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada
AWARDS and HONORS
Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) (2003-2007)
Predissertation Research Grant, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Duke Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies (2006)
Student Presentation Award, GEOPARETO (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Study Group), Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Victoria, BC (2003)
Student Paper Award (Master’s level), Canadian Association of Geographers, Ontario Division (2002)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Undergraduate Research Award (2000)
Gray, Noella J . and Lisa M. Campbell. (2009). Science, Policy Advocacy, and Marine Protected Areas. Conservation Biology 23(2): 460-468. [Available on-line or email to request a PDF]
Campbell, Lisa M., Jennifer J. Silver, Noella J. Gray , Sue Ranger, et al. (2009). Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: Biogeography versus geopolitics. Marine Policy 33: 137-145.
Campbell, Lisa M., Noella J. Gray , Elliott L. Hazen, and Janna M. Shackeroff. (2009). Beyond baselines: rethinking priorities for ocean conservation. Ecology and Society 14(1): 14. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss1/art14/
Campbell, Lisa M., Noella J. Gray, and Zoë A. Meletis. (2008). Political Ecology Perspectives on Ecotourism to Parks and Protected Areas. In K. Hanna, D.S. Slocombe, and D. Clark (Eds.), Transforming Parks and Protected Areas: Management and Governance in a Changing World, p. 200-221. Routledge/Taylor and Francis, Abingdon, UK. [PDF]
Gray, Noella J. and Lisa M. Campbell. (2007). A Decommodified Experience? Exploring Aesthetic, Economic, and Ethical Values for Volunteer Ecotourism in Costa Rica. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 15(5): 463-482. [PDF]
Campbell, Lisa M., Noella J. Gray, James G. Abbott, Zoë A. Meletis, and Jennifer J. Silver. (2006). Gatekeepers and keymasters: Dynamic relationships of access in geographical fieldwork. The Geographical Review 96(1): 97-121. [PDF]
Gray, Noella J. (2003). Unpacking the Baggage of Ecotourism: Nature, Science, and Local Participation. The Great Lakes Geographer 9(2): 113-123. [PDF]
Campbell, Lisa M. and Noella J. Gray . (2008) Comment on P. West, Tourism as Science and Science as Tourism: Imagining, Experiencing and Portraying Environment, Society, Self and Other in Papua New Guinea. Current Anthropology 49: 611-612.
Gray, Noella J. 2007. Review of Livelihoods, Community Well-Being, and Species Conservation: A Guide for Understanding, Evaluating and Improving the Links in the Context of Marine Turtle Programs by F. Montoya and C. Drews. Marine Turtle Newsletter 117: 12-13.
Gray, Noella J. 2005. Review of Critical Political Ecology by Tim Forsyth. The Canadian Geographer 49(3): 315-317.
Gray, Noella J. (2008). "Producing Success: Co-management of a Marine Protected Area in Belize". Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the International Association for the Study of the Commons, Cheltenham, England.
Gray, Noella J. (2008). "Producing Success: Conservation Networks and Marine Protected Areas in Belize". Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston, MA.
Gray, Noella J. (2007). “ Local NGOs and the Co-Management of Marine Protected Areas in Belize”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, CA.
Gray, Noella J. (2006). “ Drawing Boundaries: the Role of Science in Marine Protected Areas”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, IL.
Gray, Noella J., Lisa M. Campbell, James G. Abbott, Zoë A. Meletis, and Jennifer J. Silver. (2005). “Gatekeepers and Keymasters: Negotiating dynamic relationships of access in geographic field work”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, London, ON.
Gray, Noella J. and Lisa M. Campbell. (2004). “Exploring Views of Community-based Sea Turtle Conservation in Gandoca, Costa Rica”. Paper presented at the 24 th Annual Sea Turtle Symposium, San Jose, Costa Rica.
Gray, Noella J. and Lisa M. Campbell. (2003). “Promise vs. Practice: Perspectives on Volunteer Ecotourism in Gandoca, Costa Rica”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Victoria, BC.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE and TRAINING
Instructor, Duke University (Spring 2006 and Spring 2009)
"International Conservation and Development"
|Additional Training, The Graduate School, Duke University (2005-2008)|
|•||Completed the course “Introduction to College Teaching”, Spring 2005|
|•||Completed the course “Instructional Technology”, Fall 2007|
|•||Participated in the "Preparing Future Faculty" program, 2007-2008|
|Guest Lectures (2004-2007)|
|•||"Maya Land Rights in Southern Belize", Elon University|
|•||"Case Study Approaches to Community Based Natural Resource Management", Duke University|
|•||"Coding Qualitative Data", Duke University|
Teaching Assistant, Duke University (2004)
"Qualitative Research Design in Marine Studies"
Faculty Staff (2004)
International Student Volunteers (ISV), Australia and USA
|Teaching Assistant, University of Western Ontario (2001-2003)|
|•||"Conservation and Development" (3rd year level)|
|•||"Geography of Tourism" (3rd year level)|
|•||"Introduction to Cultural Geography" (2nd year level)|
|•||"Research Methods in Geography" (2nd year level)|
RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant (2000-2001)
The Internet and Conservation Project
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Undergraduate Researcher (2000)
Project Seahorse, Dept. of Biology, McGill University
Research Assistant (1997-1999)
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Research Station
Vineland, ON, Canada
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND SERVICE
|•||Association of American Geographers|
|•||Canadian Association of Geographers|
|•||Society for Social Studies of Science|
|•||International Association for the Study of the Commons|
|•||Critical Discourse Studies|
|•||Journal of Sustainable Tourism|
|•||Tourism in Marine Environments|
|•||International Journal of the Commons|