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Danya Rumore

Research Associate Professor
S.J. Quinney College of Law
College of Law

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Danya Rumore is the Director of the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program in the Wallace Stegner Center, a Research Associate Professor in the College of Law, and a Research Assistant Director in the City and Metropolitan Planning Department. She specializes in helping stakeholders work together to address complex, science-intensive public policy challenges. Danya studies, teaches, and promotes the practice of collaboration, mutual gains negotiation, facilitation, mediation, and stakeholder engagement. Her dissertation research focused on the use of serious games as a tool for civic education and engagement around science-intensive environmental issues.


Using serious games to address air quality as an environmental health problem

In Utah, air quality is a chronic concern for much of the state. Poor air quality contributes to health problems and reduces life expectancy, and the geography of air quality reinforces these as social and environmental justice issues. Choosing among...


Ben Davies (Project Owner)College of Social and Behavioral Science, Anthropology
Kathryn DaviesCollege of Social and Behavioral Science, Geography
Jeff RoseCollege of Health, Health-Kinesiology-Recreation
Danya RumoreS.J. Quinney College of Law, College of Law
Status: Funded 2020
Last Updated: 12/7/22