Dr. Andrew Kliskey, Professor of Resilient Landscapes in the College of Natural Resources and the College of Art and Architecture, and Affiliate Faculty of Landscape Architecture is a landscape social-ecological scientist and behavioral geographer with training, teaching and research experience in landscape ecology, behavioral and perceptual geography, geographic information systems (GIS), planning, policy analysis, and surveying. Dr. Kliskey is also Co-Director of the University of Idaho Center for Resilient Communities. His teaching and research is interdisciplinary in focus and directed at integrated methodologies in social-ecological systems. The hallmark of his research is in rigorous interdisciplinary science that has relevance to society and particularly to communities at the local-level. Professor Kliskey’s current focus is on the understanding of community response, resilience, and adaptation to environmental change. His collaborative research grant activity with Professor Lil Alessa at the University of Idaho totals in excess of $10 million USD.