Speaker: Stephanie Hampton, Washington State University
Stephanie Hampton is a Professor in the School of the Environment and Director of the Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach at Washington State University. Dr. Hampton's research ranges from basic investigations in aquatic science using statistical analysis of large databases to broader applications of empirical evidence in environmental issues. Prior to joining WSU, she was Deputy Director of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) at the Univ. of California - Santa Barbara. Dr. Hampton is active in exploring methods by which the scientific community can more broadly engage in data sharing, data-intensive research, and open science. She currently chairs the NSF Biology Directorate's Advisory Committee and serves on advisory boards for NCEAS, the Canadian Institute of Ecology and Evolution, and the Ocean Modeling Forum.