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2016 (ongoing) Ph.D. Student, Biological Anthropology, Emory University
2013 Post-Baccalaureate Coursework in Applied Mathematics, University of Vermont
2011 B.Sc. Community Development and Applied Economics, University of Vermont
Teaching Assistant, Spring 2017. Course: Primate Behavior & Ecology
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
Research Associate, 05/2011-05/2013, Community Development and Applied Economics
Research Assistant, 01/2011-05/2011, Community Development and Applied Economics
Teaching Assistant, Spring 2012. Course: Intro to Argentine Tango
Teaching Assistant, Fall 2010. Course: Principles of Ecological Economics
Reynolds AZ, Koliba C, Zia A, Scheinert S (in review) Using Network Analysis to Study Collective Action Design in Policy Plans. Submitted to Journal of Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory.
Koliba C, Reynolds AZ, Zia A, Scheinert S (2014) Isomorphic Properties of Network Governance: Comparing Two Watershed Governance Initiatives in the Lake Champlain Basin Using Institutional Network Analysis. Complexity, Governance, & Networks 1(2): 99-118.
Reynolds AZ, Herzig L (2011) Re-envisioning the ReSOURCE’s ReTRAIN/Youthbuild program as a joint youth-community woodworking space: Asset Utilization and Community Interfacing for Skill-Building at the ReBUILD Woodshop. Produced for ReSOURCE Board of Directors. Burlington, VT.
Reynolds AZ, Hooper PL, Jaeggi AV, Crabtree SA, Clark JK. Optimizing Harvest Strategies of Central Asian Nomads: Pastoral Adaptation to Mixed Cash-Subsistence Economies. 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. New Orleans, LA, April 2017.
Reynolds AZ, Hooper PL, Jaeggi AV, Crabtree SA, Clark JK. Optimality Approaches to Pastoral Adaptation: Subsistence and Markets in Central Asian Nomadism. 45th International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA. March 14-16, 2017.
Reynolds AZ, Hooper PL. Connecting Theory to Empirics: Simulating Inequality on Cooperative Production Networks. Santa Fe Institute workshop on The Dynamics of Networks and Inequality. Santa Fe Insitute, Santa Fe, NM. February 1-3, 2017.
Koliba C, Reynolds AZ, Zia A, Scheinert S. Isomorphic Properties of Network Governance: Comparing Two Watershed Initiatives in the Lake Champlain Basin Using Institutional Network Analysis. 12th Biannual Public Management Research Association Conference. Madison, WI, June 2013.
Koliba C, Reynolds AZ, Zia A, Scheinert S. Isomorphic Properties of Network Governance: Comparing Two Watershed Initiatives in the Lake Champlain Basin Using Institutional Network Analysis. The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Section on Complexity and Network Studies (SCNS) and the Erasmus University at Rotterdam research group on Governance of Complex Systems (GOCS) Joint Conference on “Challenges of Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work” (COMPACT Work II). LaVerne, CA, June 2013.
Scheinert S, Reynolds AZ, Koliba C, Zia A. Emerging Environmental Governance Networks: The Development of the Network in the Lake Champlain Basin Program’s Opportunities for Action Plans. XXXIII Sunbelt Social Networks Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). Hamburg, Germany, May 2013.
Reynolds AZ, Koliba C, Zia A, Scheinert S, Ricketson J. Planning Regimes as Institutional Constraints in the Design of Governance Networks: A Comparative Analysis of Design Regimes in the Lake Champlain Basin. Annual Conference of the American Society for Public Administration. New Orleans, LA, March 2013.
Zia A, Koliba C, Metcalf S, Widener M, Reynolds AZ. Decision Making in Watershed Governance Networks: Simulating Heterogeneous Beliefs and Accountability Ties in Agent Based Models. Vermont Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) Annual State Meeting. Burlington, VT, June 2011.
May 2011. Community Skill-Building as an Auxiliary Revenue Stream: Strategic Planning for Asset Utilization at the ReBUILD Woodshop. Guest Lecture for course Intro to Community Entrepreneurship at the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.
April 2010. Strategies for Maintaining Agency and Steering Your Higher Educational Experience. Invited discussion for special section of Introduction to College Studies for students from disadvantaged backgrounds at the Community College of Vermont, Burlington, VT.
PROGRAMMING & MODELING PLATFORMS
I have used the following tools in research, consulting, and/or coursework: Python, R, NetLogo, MATLAB/Octave, LaTeX, Gephi, Anthropac, MAXQDA, Anylogic (Java), Analytica, UCINET, ORA, SPSS, Excel.
TUTORING AND COACHING
Since 2011 I have been tutoring grad and undergrad students through hired appointments, volunteering, and as a part of my academic duties. Topics: evolutionary modeling, network analysis, programming, statistics, research methods, research writing, qualitative data collection and analysis.
In October 2011 I served as a public speaking coach and event organizer for a teach-in called “Economic Solutions Worth Spreading” hosted by the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics.
I occasionally give beginner lessons in Argentine Tango.
I have consulted on projects with research labs, small businesses, and nonprofits, as an analyst, modeler, and writer. On the research side, I have done network analysis, data mining, agent-based modeling, qualitative transcription and coding, and other kinds of analytical work. On the organizational side, I have focused on strategic planning and evaluation.
Some groups I have worked with include: Social-Ecological Gaming and Simulation Lab, UVM; Transportation Research Center, UVM; Taste of Place Lab, UVM; Nutrition and Food Sciences, UVM; Community Development and Applied Economics, UVM; Complexity and Governance Group, UVM; Vermont EPSCoR; James Lantz, Starry Night Theater; The Bus at 59E59 Theaters NYC and in Topeka, KS; ReSOURCE ReTRAIN/Youthbuild USA.