Master of Arts, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 2015
Bachelor of Arts, Colby College, Waterville, Maine, 2010
SPEA-V183 Environment and People
Selected Honors and Awards
Indiana University Office of Sustainability Grant, 2017-18
Best Paper Award, Association of SPEA PhD Students, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, 2019
Graff, M., & Carley, S. (2020). COVID-19 assistance needs to target energy insecurity. Nature Energy, 1-3.
Graff, M., & Pirog, M. (2019). Red Tape is Not So Hot: Asset Tests Impact Participation in the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. Energy Policy, 129, 749-764.
Graff, M., Carley, S., & Pirog, M. (2019). A Review of the Environmental Policy Literature from 2014-2017 with a Closer Look at the Energy Justice Field. Policy Studies Journal, 47, 517-544.
Graff, M., Carley, S., & Konisky, D. M. (2018). Stakeholder perceptions of the United States energy transition: Local-level dynamics and community responses to national politics and policy. Energy Research & Social Science, 43, 144-157.
Carley, S., Evans, T. P., Graff, M., Konisky, D. M. (2018). A framework for evaluating geographic disparities in energy transition vulnerability. Nature Energy 3: 621-627.
Memmott, T., Carley, S., Graff, M., Konisky, D.M. Disparities in Chronic and Acute Energy Insecurity Among Low-Income Households. Manuscript under review.
Winecoff, R., & Graff, M. Innovation in Financing Energy Efficient and Renewable Energy Upgrades: An Evaluation of Property Assessed Clean Energy for California Residences. Manuscript under review.
Program Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Environmental and Climate Change Policy
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