Stephanie Glenn, PhD

Vice President
Research - Water

Dr. Stephanie Glenn is a Vice President of Research at HARC specializing in ecology and hydrology. She is responsible for the development and supervision of projects to improve the sustainable management of water and ecological resources. Current research includes coastal groundwater quality and quantity, watershed protection and surface water quality, climate resilience, water sustainability and management, ecosystem adaptation and climate impacts on water resources.

Dr. Glenn started with HARC in January of 2003 after graduating with a Doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas. Previous degrees include a Master of Science in Environmental Science from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Northwestern University. She previously worked for the Department of Energy in Defense Programs as a specialist in information management and technical writing. She has also worked for The National Park Service as an ecological scientist.

Dr. Glenn served as a past member of the Greater Houston Flood Mitigation Consortium and the Flowing Water Technical Committee of the American Water Resources Association. She is a current member of the Sustainability of Engineered Rivers in Arid Lands working group. She serves on the Sediment and Water Quality Subcommittee of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Galveston Bay Estuary Program. She is a founding member and serves on the Advisory Committee and Research Workgroup of the Partners in Litter Prevention council.

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