Christopher Paul is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration at North Carolina Central University. Chris completed his Ph.D. at Duke University in the University Program in Environmental Policy and a Duke Global Health Institute Doctoral Scholar studying the political economy of environmental health. Previously, Chris served in the United States Peace Corps as an Environmental Education Volunteer in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. In August 2010, he joined the inaugural cohort of the Duke University Program in Environmental Policy in the political science track, as a University Scholars Program Fellow and a James B. Duke Fellow. Chris’s fieldwork is primarily in East Africa focusing on the Rift Valley in Ethiopia, where he researches climate change, environmental health, and development. Chris uses multiple methods from political economy to study decision making for environmental health.
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