Jere Gilles

Jere Gilles is an associate professor of rural sociology who teachers undergraduate and graduate courses in social change, research methodology and the sociology of agriculture and natural resources.His research centers around the linkages between the knowledge of producers and and scientists. He also conducts research on this topic in the areas of irrigation management, range management and climate change. In addition to working in North America Jere has worked primarily in Africa (Chad, Kenya, Morocco, South Africa) and in Latin America (Costa Rica, Bolivia, Peru). His specialties include, climate change adaptation, agricultural development, study abroad program design, rural development, field research methods, participatory


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