Associate Vice President Research and Graduate Studies
Grenfell Campus, Memorial University Newfoundland
Kelly Vodden is Professor (Research) with the Environmental Policy Institute and Associate Vice-President of Research and Graduate Studies at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University. She has been engaged in community and regional development research, policy and practice across the country, and particularly in Newfoundland and Labrador for more than twenty-five years. She has published and led projects on topics ranging from rural regional governance and development models to climate change adaptation, rural drinking water systems, innovation, and labour force mobility and has written and presented widely on these topics. For more on Kelly's work and that of the Rural Resilience research group see: http://ruralresilience.ca.