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Annette Huber-Lee

Visiting Scholar
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Annette Huber-Lee

Visiting Scholar
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Phone 617-877-9657
Anderson Hall, Room 113A
200 College Avenue, Medford, MA
economics of water, poverty and water, integrated water and land planning, impact pathways and futures studies

Annette Huber-Lee has more than 20 years of professional experience in international and domestic planning and management of environmental and water resources. She is interested in the integration of economic, engineering, and ecological approaches to solve environmental and social problems in a comprehensive and sustainable manner, as well as the development of innovative approaches to environmental policy and natural resource conflict management.

Ph.D., Engineering Sciences, Harvard University, 1999
M.S., Civil Engineering, MIT, 1987
B.S., Agricultural Engineering, Cornell University, 1985
Professional Experience: 

Visiting Scholar and Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering and Water: Systems, Science & Society (WSSS), Tufts School of Engineering


Science Leader and Theme Leader, Challenge Program on Water and Food, IFPRI


Water Program Director, Stockholm Environment Institute

Selected Honors and Awards: 
2010: Quentin Martin Best Practice Paper Award
2007: Nominated for the Third CGIAR Senior Leadership Program held at IMD
2002: Fellowship to the Salzburg Seminar on Water and Politics
Selected Professional Activities: 
2006-present: Board Member, Stockholm Environment Institute
2004-2006: Member, Project Advisory Committee, American Water Works Association Research Foundation
2004-2006: Trustee of the Board, Natural Heritage Institute
2002-2006: Member, Steering Committee, Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research Challenge Program on Water and Food
Professional Memberships: 
Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society
Teaching/Courses Taught: 
CEE-0294: Integrated Water Resources Management
CEE-0214: Water Resources Systems Engineering