Academics at Prescott College

Marna Hauk, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Scholar, Graduate Mentor, Instructor

Marna Hauk, Ph.D. serves as a postdoctoral scholar, instructor, and graduate mentor at Prescott College in Sustainability Education, where she instructs and mentors graduate students. She leads graduate courses in Regenerative Design, Climate Change Education, Ecofeminism, Sustainability Education, Facilitating Biomimicry, Environmental Justice, Ecopsychology, and Advanced Research Methods. She also directs the graduate education programs for the Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies (www.earthregenerative.org) in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Hauk is a 2014-2016 Community Climate Change Fellow of the North American Association of Environmental Education and the EPA. She actively researches, with over seventy peer-reviewed publications and presentations, including publishing with Ecopsychology, the Journal of Environmental Education, the Australian Journal of Environmental Education, the American Educational Research Association, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, and the Journal of Sustainability Education. Dr. Hauk’s areas of research include education for climate change and justice, sustainability education, complex systems, regenerative biomimicry, ecopsychology, historical trauma and intergenerational place connection, bioculturally responsive curriculum, ecopreneurship and ecosocial incubators, higher educational design, and advanced research methods.

Education

Education

Ph.D.  Sustainability Education, Prescott College 2014  - Graduate with Honors

Dissertation: Gaia E/mergent: Earth Regenerative Education for Empathy, Creativity, and Wisdom

Coursework in sustainability, sustainability education, transdisciplinary science teaching and learning, biomimicry, creativity, and higher education

 

M.A.   Cultural Studies, Holy Names University 2007  - Graduate with Honors

Thesis: Gaian Mind: Natural Patterns Nurturing Creative Approaches for Earth Regeneration

Coursework in advanced research methods, systems thinking, and permaculture

 

B.A.    General Literature, Reed College - Phi Beta Kappa

Thesis: Ecological Nature Poetry and the Choice of Farming: A Comparative Literature Study of Tao Yuanming and Wendell Berry

Coursework in advanced biology and evolutionary ecology, Chinese language and literature

Research

Research

Research Project (2012-Current), Regenerative Biomimicry Supporting Transdisciplinary Adult Learner and Faculty Collaboration - including developing the Ecofractals and facilitating Earthflow

Research Project (2015-2016), Climate Change Education - Co-Editor, Climate Change Education: A Mosaic of Community Solutions, North American Association of Environmental Education with support from EE Capabity and the EPA 

Research Project (2012-Present) - Development of a Transdisciplinary Regenerativity Index for assessment and design of sustainability and regenerative systems 

Researcher, Hope Collaborative (2013-2015)

 

Research Interests

  • Sustainability Education
  • Sustainability Design; Biomimicry, Bio-inspired, and Regenerative Design
  • Climate Action, Resilience, and Climate Justice Education
  • Gender Equity in Sustainability Science Teaching and Learning
  • Developing a Transdisciplinary Regenerativity/Sustainability Index
  • Theorizing Bioculture and Ecoculture - as embedded sociocultural complex adaptive systems with education
  • Complexity-Informed Collaborative Creativity and Visualization
  • Collaborative Creativity, Educational Design, and Innovation
  • Living Systems Considerations in Ethical Review
  • Regenerative Biomimicry and Complex Pattern Formation in Nature and Bioculture
  • Educational Research – Qualitative and Mixed Methods
  • Incubating Group Genius
  • Sustainability Leadership
  • Gaian Methods, Poetics of Place, Contemplative, Holistic, and Arts-Based Methods
  • Transdisciplinary Inquiry and Complexity Education
  • Sustainability Science Education
  • Multicultural Inclusion in STEM
  • Inclusive Learning Garden Design

Service

  • Board Member, Journal of Sustainability Education (August 2010 - Present) - http://www.journalofsustainabilityeducation.org/
  • Board Member, Prescott Institutional Review Board (Spring 2010 - Present)
  • Peer Reviewer, Association of Experiential Education, North American Association of Environmental Education, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Educaiton, American Educational Research Association
  • Peer Reviewer, Ecopsychology, Journal of Sustainability Education, Complicity

Publications

Publications

* - Refereed

Journal Publications

Hauk, M., et al. (2015, December). Senses of wonder in sustainability education, for hope and sustainability agency. Journal of Sustainability Education, 12. Retrieved from http://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/content/senses-of-wonder-in-sustainability-education-for-hope-and-sustainability-agency_2015_12/ *

Hauk, M. (2015, December). Dreams of Earth: Earth dreaming as eco-resilience practice for the long emergency. Ecopsychology, 7(4), 258-265. doi:10.1089/eco.2015.0039 *

Hauk, M. (2011, March). Compost, blossom, metamorph, hurricane – Complexity and emergent education design: Regenerative strategies for transformational learning and innovation [Peer-reviewed journal academic paper]. Journal of Sustainability Education 2. Retrieved from http://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/content/complexity-and-sustainability-education-compost-blossom-metamorph-hurricane-complexity-and-emergent-education-design-regenerative-strategies-for-transformational-learning-and-innovation_2011_03/  *

  • Conference Proceedings

Hauk, M. (2015, October). Designing and assessing climate justice education: Spectrum of inclusive resilience [Research poster]. Conference theme: Building a Stronger and More Inclusive Movement. Forty-fourth annual conference of the North American Association of Environmental Education, Research Symposium. San Diego, California.*

Hauk, M. (2015, October). Fractal bodies: Experiential approaches for teaching deep sustainability education using embodied and complex biomimicry [Research Paper in online proceedings]. Conference theme: Social Justice: Creating Change. Special Selected Paper of the Research Symposium of the Association for Experiential Education, Portland, OR.*

Hauk, M. (2015, June). Catalyzing natural pattern innovation and Gaian collective creativity [Extended abstract in proceedings, Poster]. Collective Intelligence Conference. Santa Clara, California.* Abstract: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/collectiveintelligence/wp-content/uploads/sites/176/2015/02/Hauk-CI-2015-Abstract.pdf     Poster: http://www.earthregenerative.org/pdf/Gaian-Collective-Creativity-June-2015-Hauk-Poster-FINAL.pdf

Hauk, M. (2014, April).  Cultivating the terragram: Innovating educational practices for the inner dimensions of sustainability education and place-centered, intergenerational embodiment and well-being [Paper and presentation, conference paper in online proceedings]. American Educational Research Association, 2014. Conference theme of “The Power of Education Research for Innovation in Practice and Policy.” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Environmental Education Special Interest Group.*

Hauk, M. & Mitten, D. (2014, April). Complex rubrics for teaching complexity: Catalyzing autopoiesis in graduate student innovation for ecosystem sustainability [Conference Paper will appear in online proceedings]. American Educational Research Association, 2014. Conference theme of “The Power of Education Research for Innovation in Practice and Policy.” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. *

Hauk, M. with deChambeau, A. (2014, April). Case study: Sustainability Now and Powerful (SNAP) International Program to Restore Landscapes, Recharge Educators, and Replenish Learning Systems. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).*

Hauk, M. (2014, March). Dreams of Earth: Mythic pilgrimages with planetary presence. [Paper and presentation, conference paper to appear in proceedings]. ASWM Conference, 2014. Conference theme of “Borderlands.” San Antonio, Texas. *

Hauk, M. (2013, July). The Earth beyond sustaining: Assessing and designing for regeneration by developing the Transdisciplinary Regenerativity Index [Paper and presentation with published abstract]. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences Conference, 2013. Portland, Oregon. *

Hauk, M. (2013, July). Leaf, fire, river, hive, and storm: Catalyzing regenerative education in small group collaboration through complex ecological fractals [Paper and presentation with published abstract]. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences Conference, 2013. Portland, Oregon. * http://www.societyforchaostheory.org/conf/2013/abstracts.pdf

Hauk, M. (2013, April). Five fractal geometries for creative, sustainable, and just educational design [Paper & presentation, paper published in online proceedings]. American Educational Research Association (AERA), Conference Theme: “Education and Poverty: Theory, Research, Policy, and Praxis.” San Francisco, California as part of an Interactive Symposium, “The Geometries of Liberation: The Hidden Wealth of Patterns and Materials Outside the Grid,” for Division B, Curriculum Studies, Section 4: Sustainability, Environmental, and Ecological Perspectives. Retrieved from the AERA Online Paper Repository. Paper. *

Hauk, M. & Bloomfield, V. (2013, April). Blanking out whiteness: Decolonizing impoverishing systems of domination, connecting with ancestral place cultures for reinhabitation. [Paper and presentation, paper published in online proceedings]. Paper presented at the 2013 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Conference Theme: Education and Poverty: Theory, Research, Policy, and Praxis. San Francisco, California. For the Environmental Education Special Interest Group, on the Theme of “With/And Indigenous.” Retrieved from the AERA Online Paper Repository.*

Hauk, M. & Mitten, D. (2012, October). Deep green enterprise: Extending enterprise innovation through biomimicry, regenerative design, and systems ecology in a graduate course [Poster session, poster published in online proceedings]. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) 2012. Los Angeles, California.* Poster viewable here:  http://www.aashe.org/files/aashe2012-materials/extending_enterprise_innovation_through_biomimicry_regenerative_design_and_systems_ecology_in_a_graduate_course_-_deep_green_enterprise_-_marna_hauk_denise_mitten_2012_aashe_final.pdf

Hauk, M. (2012, May). “WWGD”: What Would Gaia Do: Gaian methods researching as the earth – Planetary qualitative methods. [Paper to be published in proceedings.] For the 2012 National Conference for a panel on Qualitative Methods for the Association for the Study of Women and Mythology in San Francisco, California.*

Hauk, M. & Diamond, A. (2012, February). The regenerative geographies of compost.  Geographies of Waste Paper Session [Paper]. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York, New York.*

Hauk, M., Landsman, J., Canty, J., & Cox Caniglia, N. (2010, October). Gaian methodologies –An emergent confluence of sustainability research innovation [Paper published in online proceedings]. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference, Denver, Colorado.* Retrieved from http://www.aashe.org/files/resources/student-research/2009/COMPOSITE%20GAIAN%20METHODS%203F3%20FINAL%20HAUK%20LANDSMAN%20CANTY%20COX-CANIGLIA%20PUBLISHED%20BY%20AASHE%202010.pdf

 

Book Chapters

Hauk, M. (2016). Queer earth: Troubling dirt, humanness, gender, assumptions, and binaries [Book Chapter]. In V. Bloomfield & M. Fisher (Eds.), Voices of LGBTQ students and teachers: Problematizing the culture of schooling. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Hauk, M. (2014). Regenerative complex creativity [Book chapter]. In B. Sriraman & D. Ambrose (Eds.), A Critique of Creativity and Complexity - Deconstructing Clichés (pp. 97-121). Advances in Creativity and Giftedness Series. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.*

 

Dissertation

Hauk, M. (2014). Gaia e/mergent: Earth regenerative education for empathy, creativity, and wisdom (Doctoral dissertation). Proquest (UMI 3630295), http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/doc/1563382491.html?FMT=ABS

 

Book Reviews

Hauk, M. (2015, December). Community-Based adaptation to climate change: Scaling it up, E. L. F. Schipper, J. Ayers, H. Reid, S. Huq, & A. Rahman (Eds.) [Book review]. Australian Journal Of Environmental Education, 31(2), 285-288. doi:10.1017/aee.2015.39 (Invited)

 

In Press

Krasny, M., Chang, C-H., Hauk, M., & DuBois, B. (In press, 2017). Climate change education. In M. Krasny & A. Kudryavtsev (Eds.), Urban Environmental Education Review [Textbook]. Ithaca, NY: Cornell Civic Ecology Lab & EE Capacity.*

Hauk, M. & Joy, A. (In press, 2016, August). Earth shaking dragons and orphan tsunamis: Transforming middle school earth science and STEM through studying ancient science inquiry and multicultural collaborations in earthquakes, tsunamis, and disaster preparedness. [Book Chapter]. PK-12 Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Handbook Series. Series Editor, Christine Clark. Volume 2: Multicultural Curriculum Transformation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Volume Co-Editors, Christine Clark, Zaid M. Haddad, & Amanda VandeHei. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.*

Hauk, M. & Bloomfield, V. (In press, 2016). Blanking out “[       ]” (whiteness): Decolonizing systems of domination, connecting with ancestral place-cultures for reinhabitation. In V. Stead (Ed.), RIP Jim Crow: Fighting Racism through Higher Education Policy, Curriculum, and Cultural Intervention. New York, NY: Peter Lang.*

Hauk, M. (In press). Gaia breaking through the Magic Kingdom: Sustainability, place, and connectivity in education. In J. Sandlin & J. Maudlin (Eds.), The Disney Curriculum: Education, Culture, and Society.

Hauk, M. (In press, 2017). Review of Sustainability frontiers: Critical and transformative voices from the borderlands of sustainability education. Journal of Peace Education. (Invited)

 

In Revision

Hauk, M. (In revision). Weaving regenerative wisdom and community climate resilience education inspired by ecofeminist learning centers: Women’s land foremothers innovating environmental and sustainability education. Journal of Environmental Education. Gender and Environmental Education themed issue.*

Leetch, A., & Hauk, M. (In revision). A decade of Earth in the mix: A state of the field analysis of emergent scholarly research on sustainability education, environmental psychology, and ecopsychology (Proceedings paper). Paper for the 3rd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities (WSSD-U-2016). MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts.* 

Wells, T., & Hauk, M. (In revision). Regenerative design as a process for engaging the transdisciplinary imagination (Research report). Cornell University and the NAAEE online repository.*

Presentations

Presentations

Leetch, A., & Hauk, M. (2016, October). A decade of Earth in the mix: A state of the field analysis of emergent scholarly research on sustainability education, environmental psychology, and ecopsychology. Paper for the 3rd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities (WSSD-U-2016). MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts.* (Accepted)

 Hauk, M., & Kippen, R. (2016, August). Bioculturally responsive curricular transformation catalyzing art and community action for climate justice and to redesign the toxic cycle of plastics from farm to ocean. Just Sustainability: Hope for the Commons Conference. Seattle, Washington.* (Accepted)

 Hauk, M. (2016, April). Theorizing Earth regenerative creativity in education design [Paper in the interactive symposium]. 100th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Division B: Curriculum Studies, Section 5: Place and Praxis (The Places of Curriculum). Conference Theme: Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies.” Washington, DC.*

 Hauk, M.  (2016, April). , Vibrant Earth: Bioculturally embedded educational encounters catalyzing Earth regenerative creativities [Chair of the Symposium]. 100th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Division B: Curriculum Studies, Section 5: Place and Praxis (The Places of Curriculum). Conference Theme: Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies.” Washington, DC.*

 

Hauk, M. (2016, April). Gaia taking back Disneyland: Rewilding childhood [Paper]. Interactive Symposium: “Consuming Childhood: Disney as a Curriculum of Consumption.” 100th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Critical Perspectives on Early Childhood Education Special Interest Group. Conference Theme: Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies.” Washington, DC.*

 Hauk, M. (2016, March). Advanced qualitative research methods [Paper]. ASWM Biennial Conference. Boston, MA. *

 Hauk, M., Williams, D., Bluehorse Skelton, J., Kelley, S., Gerofsky, S., & Lagerway, C. (2016, January). School gardens for all: Diversity and inclusion [Workshop]. Conference Theme: On Sustainability. Portland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M. (2015, October). Designing and assessing climate justice education: Spectrum of inclusive resilience [Research poster]. Conference theme: Building a Stronger and More Inclusive Movement. Forty-fourth annual conference of the North American Association of Environmental Education, Research Symposium. San Diego, California.*

Mitten, D. & Hauk, M. (2015, October). Starting up sustainability: Research processes with ecosocial incubators [Paper]. Conference theme: Building a Stronger and More Inclusive Movement. Forty-fourth annual conference of the North American Association of Environmental Education, Research Symposium. San Diego, California.*

Hauk, M. (2015, October). Fractal bodies: Experiential approaches for teaching deep sustainability education using embodied and complex biomimicry [Paper and presentation]. Conference theme: Social Justice: Creating Change. Special Selected Paper of the Research Symposium of the Association for Experiential Education, Portland, Oregon. *

Hauk, M. (2015, October). Ecofractal poetic medicine processes for the regenerative Earth [Research workshop]. Fifth International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.*

Mitten, D., & Hauk, M. (2015, October). Down to Earth: Bringing biocultural complexity to life [Paper]. Conference theme - Social Justice: Creating Change. Association of Experiential Education. Portland, Oregon.* 

Hauk, M. (2015, April). The promise of learning in place and with(in) community: Stories and embedded justice [Session Chair]. American Educational Research Association. Chicago, Illinois.*

Hauk, M. (2015, April). Exploring tools, dreams, & myth: Learning and living in a bureaucratic world [Discussant]. American Educational Research Association. Chicago, Illinois.*

Hauk, M. (2015, April). Communities regenerating the living Earth [Paper]. Association for the Study of Women and Myth Conference. Portland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M. (2014, October). Regenerative biomimicry [Research round table]. North American Association of Environmental Education Conference, Research Symposium, Ottawa, Canada.*

Hauk, M. and Mitten, D. (2014, October). Galvanizing Gaia: A social incubator for leaders and innovators. Featured post-conference half-day workshop. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Conference theme: Innovation for Sustainable Economies and Communities. Portland, Oregon. Portland Convention Center.*

Hauk, M. (2014, October). Earthflow regenerating hope, innovation, and agency for planetary flourishing [Research presentation]. Part of a rapid-fire panel of the Hope Research Collaborative on Hope and Sustainability Agency entitled “Sustainability and Agency: What’s hope got to do with it?” Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Conference theme: Innovation for Sustainable Economies and Communities. Portland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M. (2014, October). Women in sustainability education network (WISEN) [Session co-chair]. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Conference theme: Innovation for Sustainable Economies and Communities. Portland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M. (2014, October). WE-CAN (Women Empowered for Climate Action Network) fly the winds of change: Community-based curricula in climate justice and resilience [Poster]. Forty-third annual conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education, Ottawa, Canada.*

Hauk, M. (2014, September). The living Earth as catalyst: Blending modes of sensing for dynamic, immersive, experiential, and holistic learning [Research presentation]. Session at the Holistic Teaching and Learning Conference on the theme of “Nourishing the Soul of Education.” Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M. (2014, May). Weaving living systems into inquiry [Session panel organizer]. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois. Conference theme, “The Politics of Research.” *

Hauk, M. (2014, May). Gaian methods as living inquiry [Paper and presentation]. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois. Conference theme, “The Politics of Research.” *

Hauk, M. (2014, May). Wheels of wholeness: SIMages - Synthesis with image mandalas - for complex arts-based data synthesis [Paper and presentation]. Arts Based Research Strand. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois. Conference theme, “The Politics of Research.” *

Walsh, S., Hauk, M., Bickel, B. & Meisner, K. (2014, May). Artistic and contemplative processes in research [Round table]. Arts Based Education Conference. ICQI. Urbana. Illinois.*

Hauk, M. & Caniglia, N. C. (2014, May). Redesign by Earth: Infusing living system considerations in ethical review and the IRB process [Paper and presentation]. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, Illinois. Conference theme, “Politics of Research.” *

Hauk, M. (2014, April). Accessing wisdom through journeys and place [Panel organizer]. Association for the Study of Women and Myth. San Antonio, Texas.*

Hauk, M. (2014, January). Regenerative design [Workshop]. Reed College.*

Hauk, M. (2013, November). Earth e/mergent: Global virtual sensing networks for Gaian educational emergence [Conference presentation online]. Global Educational Congress.*

Hauk, M. (2013, July 26). The Earth beyond sustaining: Assessing and designing for regeneration by developing the Transdisciplinary Regenerativity Index [Paper and presentation with published abstract]. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences Conference, 2013. Portland, Oregon.*  http://www.societyforchaostheory.org/conf/2013/abstracts.pdf

Hauk, M. (2013, July 26). Leaf, fire, river, hive, and storm:  Catalyzing regenerative education in small group collaboration through complex ecological fractals [Paper and presentation with published abstract]. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the Life Sciences Conference, 2013. Portland, Oregon.*  http://www.societyforchaostheory.org/conf/2013/abstracts.pdf

Hauk, M. (2013, May 17). Dissertation presentation: The resonant weave of regenerativity across scales: Patterns from nature and bioculture catalyzing Earth empathy, regenerative creativity, and wisdom school design [Doctoral research presentation]. International Sustainability Symposium. Prescott, Arizona.

 

Hauk, M. and DeChambeau, A. (2013, May 18). Circles, stories, sparks - Emergent effects: Small group collaboration for optimizing qualitative research [Graduate education workshop]. International Sustainability Symposium. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.*

 

Hauk, M. et al. (2013, April). Arts based educational research on the edge and over [Conference, co-organizer and presenter]. American Educational Research Association, Arts Based Educational Research Special Interest Group. California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, California.

Hauk, M. (2013, March 29). Arise the Movie, contributor and post-screening discussant. Hollywood Theater, Portland, Oregon.

Hauk, M. (2013, January). Agile research [Presentation]. Tangor Guild Design, Portland, Oregon.

Hauk, M. et al (2012, November). Creatrix for the possible: Women make art, make community, make change [Panelist]. National Women’s Studies Association 2012, Feminism Unbound: Imagining a Feminist Future. Oakland, California.*

Hauk, M. & Fox, J. (2012, September). The great tapestry: See how it reveals the whole – Research workshop on poetry and regenerative creativity [Multi-day workshop]. Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies and Institute for Poetic Medicine. Portland, Oregon.

Hauk, M. & Mitten, D. (2012, August). The Journal of Sustainability Education: Nurturing ecology in action toward sustainability [Poster]. Conference Theme: Life on Earth: Preserving, Utilizing and Sustaining our Ecosystems. The 97th annual Ecological Society of America Conference, Portland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M., Mitten, D., & Medrick, R. (2012, May). Starting and leading vibrant earth schools and programs [Panel workshop]. International Sustainability Symposium. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2012, May). Regenerativity across scales: Patterns from nature catalyzing earth empathy, regenerative creativity, and wisdom school design [Doctoral proposal research presentation]. International Sustainability Symposium. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2012, May). Spin down deep: The vortex as an ecological pattern to deepen collaboration [Graduate student workshop]. Master of Arts and PhD Program Workshop, Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2012, May). Ecopreneurship presentations with panel of reviewers [Facilitator, Mock Investor Pitches]. Master of Arts and PhD Program Workshop, Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2012, May). Agile research [Pecha kucha presentation]. In a panel titled “Hints, tips, and tools for writing and research.”  Master of Arts and PhD Program Workshop, Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2012, May). Catalyzing sustainability education programs and schools [Themed dialog]. International Sustainability Symposium. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2012, January). The adventure of enterprise: Ecopreneurs, innovation and sustainability [Workshop]. Master of Arts Program Colloquium, Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2012, January). Regenerative creativity: Using patterns from nature to spark innovation [Half-day workshop]. Master of Arts Program Colloquium, Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2012, January). Institutional research design with complexity, ecofractals and biomimicry – Intensive. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2011, November). Regenerative complexity in sustainability education. Biophilia Foundation Research Conference on Sustainability Methods. Biophilia Ranch, Sapello, New Mexico.

Hauk, M. & deChambeau, A. (2011, October). The Earth sustains us: Feminist collaboration in Action. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice [Paper and presentation]. Dayton, OH.*

Hauk, M. (2011, October). Doctoral research presentation on multiscale complexity and emergent educational design [Presentation]. At the Complexity Theory Institute, by invitation of Jayne Fleener and William Doll, Journal on Curriculum Theorizing’s 32nd Annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theorizing and Classroom Practice, on the theme of “Working from Within: Crisis, Compassion, and Curriculum of the Global Imagination,” Bergamo Center, Dayton Ohio.

Hauk, M., deChambeau, A., & Caniglia, N. C. (2011, May). Women collaborating for personal and planetary regeneration: Strength, nurture, resilience, collaboration, empowerment, and support [Panelist and workshop co-facilitator]. International Sustainability Symposium, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2011, May). Earth empathy [Graduate workshop]. Master of Arts Colloquium. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2010, November). Using complex adaptive systems, symbiosis, and biomimicry to redesign institutional review and research ethics [Workshop for Faculty]. Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. & Landsman, J. (2010, October). Gaian methodologies –An emergent confluence of sustainability research innovation [Presentation]. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Conference theme, “Campus Initiatives to Catalyze a Just and Sustainable World.” Denver, Colorado.*

Hauk, M. et al. (2010, October). Sustainability education at the edge: A cohort model for doctoral study [Panelist]. Conference theme, “Campus Initiatives to Catalyze a Just and Sustainable World. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Denver, Colorado.*

Hauk, M. (2010, October). Terrapsychology and complex earth relations for a sustainable future [Presentation]. Prescott Doctoral Research Conference, Estes Park, Colorado.

Hauk, M. (2010, May). Poster Session: Gaian methods: Qualitative research with Earth, including complexity and Gaia theory [Poster]. International Sustainability Symposium, Prescott, Arizona.*

Hauk, M. (2002, 2004). Earthen Building [Workshop]. National Village Building Convergence. Portland, Oregon.*

 

Invited Talks

Hauk, M. (2016, April). Generating Terragrams: Creative arts approaches threading intergenerational place connections. Holistic Education Special Interest Group Pre-Conference. American Educational Research Association. Washington, D.C.

Hauk, M. (2015, January). Regenerative design intensive. Reed College, Portland, Oregon.*

Hauk, M. (2014, November). Stones of memory [Day-long poetic medicine retreat, Co-facilitator]. Friends Meeting House, Portland, Oregon. Co-sponsored by the Institute for Poetic Medicine and the Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies.

Hauk, M. (2013, November). Prescott College ethical research briefing [College–wide presentation]. Virtual - Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2013, October). Prescott College ethical research - Progress with living systems [College Presentation]. Virtual - Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona.

Hauk, M. (2013, September). Poetry’s healing harvest [Day long retreat, organizer and facilitator]. Institute for Poetic Medicine & Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies, Portland, Oregon.

Hauk, M. (2013, September 26). Regenerating Earth creativity [Presentation & workshop]. Part of the event, “Poetry’s Healing Harvest.” Institute for Poetic Medicine & Institute for Earth Regenerative Studies, Portland, Oregon.

Hauk, M. (May 1998, May 1999). “Building with (the) Earth” Slide Presentation and Lecture. Americorps/Northwest Service Academy, “Ecological Footprints: Walking Consciously,” Portland State University.

Hauk, M. (1999, April). Panelist: Public art and social change. Equity and Ecology: Crafting Cultures of Sustainability. HOPES Eco-design Arts Conference. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Hauk, M. (1998, April). Arts and ecology [Presentation]. The art and ecology of place-making [Panel]. HOPES Eco-design Arts Conference. University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Hauk, M. (1998). Permaculture design and natural building: Wild design for complex systems. Permaculture Design Course, Sustainable Community Development. Antioch University, Seattle, Washington.

Hauk, M. (1997-2004). “Earthen Building” and “Natural Building” Slide Presentation and Lecture, Portland, Eugene, Rowe Middle School, Sunnyside Elementary School, Lost Valley Educational Center, Oregon Tradeswomen Network Women in the Trades Fair, Environmental Middle School, Village Building Convergence, and several other schools & sites.

Hauk, M. (1996-2002). Natural building hands on workshops, Permaculture Ecological Design Instructor and presenter, including at University of Antioch, Seattle Whole Systems Design Permaculture Course; Bullock Brothers Orcas Island Design Course; Wild Thyme Permaculture Ecology Convergence, and other courses.

Awards

Awards

Grants

2014-16     Community Climate Change International Fellowship, Awardee, North American Association of Environmental Education, EE Capacity, Cornell Civic Ecology Lab, and the EPA

2011          Travel Grant, Biophilia Foundation

2009          $500,000 Grant from CDC for Public Health Projects for State of Oregon

2005          IBM Research Travel Grant

2002          USDA Grant Recipient to Study Enterprise Facilitation with Ernesto Sirolli

1998          Water Gather Collaborative – Living Ecological Arts Village, Grant Awardee from Portland Rose Festival

1997-98     Grant recipient, National Wildlife Foundation Wildlife Habitat Grants

1997-98     Grant recipient, Americorps and Envirocorps Intern Grants

1997-98     Grant, City of Portland & Garlington Center Dekum Site Natural Building Grant

1996    Grant, Maize Natural Resource Council Apprenticeship

 

Awards and Honors

2015          Nominee, Dissertation Award, Division B of American Educational Research Association

2015          Nominee, Dissertation Award, International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry

2015          Association for Experiential Education, Research Symposium – Awarded Presenter

2014          Award, Forum Recipient, Critical Educators for Social Justice

2014          Honors Graduate, Prescott College

2014          Award, Graduate Mentor Program, Environmental Education of AERA

2013          Scholarship, Society for Chaos and Complexity in the Life Sciences

2013          Award, Graduate Mentor Program, Arts-Based Ed Research SIG of AERA

2012          Award, Graduate Mentor Program, Creativity Education SIG of AERA

2011          Selected Participant, Cloud Institute Sustainability Education Training

2009          State of Oregon Spotlight on Excellence Award

2007          Graduate with Honors, Holy Names University

2004          Intel Innovation Award

2000          Infoseek Leadership Award

1997          First Prize, Orlo Arts Foundation Award & Sponsored Exhibit, Eco-Building

1990          Graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Reed College