BA Film & Media Culture Studies, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
MS Community Development & Applied Economics, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont
Ph.D. in Earth Sciences - Geography
Title of Research Project:
It’s a Trap! Opportunities & Resilience Traps at the Energy-Agriculture Nexus in the Bakken Shale Play of Montana and North Dakota.
Graduate Research Assistant, Resources & Communities Research Group, Montana State University: 2016 – 2018
Lead Instructor, ECO 2030 Microeconomics, Community College of Vermont, St. Albans: Fall 2017
Interim Program Director, Rutland Area Farm & Food Link: 2016 (Previously, Communications Coordinator, 2011 – 2012)
Communication & Outreach Coordinator, Office of Sustainability Integration, Middlebury College: 2015
Graduate Research Assistant / Teaching Assistant, University of Vermont, 2012 – 2014
Freelance Journalist, Rutland Herald, Vermont: 2012 – 2015
Communications Coordinator, Vermont Youth Conservation Corps, Richmond, Vermont: 2008 – 2010
Green Mountain Club, Publications Committee Volunteer Member: 2014 – present
General Breed Fund for Vermont Summer Camps, Board Member: 2014 – present
Montana State University Graduate Council, Graduate Student Representative: 2016 – 2017
American Association of Geographers, Graduate Student Affinity Group, Treasurer: 2016 – 2017
Vermont Public Radio, Community Forum Member & Steering Committee Member: 2012 – 2015
USDA NIFA Predoctoral Fellowship, 2018 – 2020: $89,615
Graduate Student Research Award, Center for Western Lands & Peoples, Montana State University, 2018: $1,500
Marathon Oil Scholarship, Montana State University, 2018: $1,600
Vecta Oil Scholarship, Montana State University, 2018: $1,180
Graduate Student Research Award, Center for Western Lands & Peoples, Montana State University, 2017: $1,500
Marathon Oil Scholarship & Vecta Oil Graduate Award, Montana State University, 2017: $2,700
Graduate College Fellow, University of Vermont, 2012 – 2014
Certificate in Ecological Economics, Gund Institute for Environment, University of Vermont, 2014
Smith, Kristin K. and Julia H. Haggerty. 2018. "Devolved Governance & Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs:
An Example from the Bakken." In Governing Shale Gas: Development, Citizen Participation and Decision Making in the
US, Canada, Australia and Europe, edited by Kathy Brasier, Matthew Cotton,and John Whitton. London: Routledge.
Haggerty, Julia H., Adrianne C. Kroepsch, Kathryn Bills Walsh, Kristin K. Smith, and David W. Bowen. 2018. "Geographies of Impact and the Impacts of Geography: Unconventional Oil and Gas in the American West." The Extractive Industries and Society.
Haggerty, Julia H., Kristin K. Smith, Tara Mastel, Judy Lapan, and Paul Lachapelle. 2017. “Assessing, Monitoring and Addressing
Boomtown Impacts in the US: Evaluating an Existing Public Health Model.” Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal. 36(1): 115-127.
Haggerty, Julia H., Kristin K. Smith, Jason Weigle, Timothy W. Kelsey, Kathryn B. Walsh, Roger Coupal, David Kay, and Paul Lachaeplle. In review. “Tradeoffs, Balancing, and Adaptation in the Agriculture-Oil and Gas Nexus: Insights from Farmers and Ranchers in the United States.”