Paige Hagley, M.S.

Hometown: Chillicothe, OhioHagley


  • M.S., Environmental Science Graduate Program, The Ohio State University, 2017
  • B.S., Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, 2015

Research Interests: Risk perception; Risk communication; Environmental decision-making; Environmental and social impact assessment

Publications emanating from work in the Energy Sustainability Research Laboratory:

  1. Jacquet, J., Junod, A., Bugden, D., Wildermuth, G., Fergen, J., Jalbert, K., Rahm, B., Hagley, P., Brasier, K., Schafft, K, Glenn, L., Kelsey, T., Fersheee, J., Kay, D., Stedman, R., Ladlee, J. (2018). “A Decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to People, Policy, and Culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States.” The Extractive Industries and Society, 5(4), 596-609.
  2. Hagley, P. (2017). “Empowerment and Perceived Impacts of Shale Energy Development in Eastern Ohio.” M.S. Thesis. The Ohio State University.


2014, Barnebey Family Scholarship – Undergraduate Honors Thesis Award

2016, OSU Subsurface Energy Resources Center Seed Grant ($6,100)

Other interests: Cooking, home improvement, Iceland, ukulele


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