Senior Fellow - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Associate Professor of Education
Nicole Ardoin holds a joint appointment with the School of Education and the Woods Institute. Her research focuses on motivations for environmental behavior, with a recent emphasis on the links among sense of place, geographic scale, and environmental behavior. Nicole also works in the area of visitor studies and environmental education program evaluation in settings including environmental education centers, parks, natural history museums, zoos, and aquariums.
Selected Publications by this Author
News & Press Releases
Join us in welcoming the inaugural group of fellows in the LInC (Leading Interdisciplinary Collaborations) program for Stanford faculty. Based at the Stanford Woods Institute, LInC is a fellowship program for outstanding environmental researchers.
By Woods Staff,
Discusses work by Nicole Ardoin to survey park visitors in an effort to promote climate change awareness and spur action on the issue.
Cites research co-authored by Nicole Ardoin.
By The Washington Post,
Nicole Ardoin discusses Woods-funded research showing that ecotourists are more likely to contribute to conservation efforts if they feel connected to the cause and talk about it.
By Raina Delisle,