Senior Research Advisor
Dr. Cullen Hendrix (@cullenhendrix) is Professor at the Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, and Senior Research Advisor at the Center for Climate & Security. Currently, Dr. Hendrix is serving also as a Specially Appointed Research Professor at Hiroshima University in Japan, where he is a researcher with the Network for Education and Research on Peace and Sustainability (NERPS).
Dr. Hendrix has broad interests in the economic and security implications of climate change, the political economy of development, and environmental politics. At the Korbel School, he leads the Environment, Food and Conflict (ENFOCO) Lab, which leverages collaborations between physical and social scientists and policymakers to produce scholarship and analysis on issues at the intersection of the environment, food security, and conflict. He has authored over 30 articles in journals ranging from Nature, Science, Nature Climate Change, Biological Reviews, Ecology and Society, Marine Policy and Global Environmental Change to the British Journal of Political Science, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Political Geography, and Journal of Peace Research. In addition, Dr. Hendrix has authored dozens of briefs and reports published by or consulted for organizations including the Asian Development Bank, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Oxfam America, the National Intelligence Council, USAID, and the World Food Programme, among others.