PhD, Geography, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006
MS, Environmental Studies, University of Montana, 1992
AB, English, Dartmouth College, 1987
Ecological Restoration, Ethics, and Policy
Conservation and Public Land Policy
Authenticity and Historical Fidelity in Ecological Restoration: The Case of Former U.S. Military Lands," (with Co-PI Marion Hourdequin, Dept. of Philosophy, Colorado College). Supported by the National Science Foundation, Science, Technology and Society division, 2010-2014
2014 LAS Outstanding Research and Creative Works Award
American Geographic Society, 2013 McColl Family Fellowship
Teaching Enhancement Award, "Enhancing Teaching in Sustainability and Geography: Wind Power Pilot Study," 2009-2010
Student Achievement Assessment Committee grant, "Assessment and Enhancement of the UCCS Minor in Sustainable Development," 2009-2010
National Science Foundation, Science and Technology Studies, Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement grant, 2005-2006
Hourdequin, Marion and David G. Havlick (eds.) Restoring Layered Landscapes: History, Ecology, and Culture (NY: Oxford University Press [under contract]).
Havlick, David G., Marion Hourdequin, and Matthew John. "Examining Restoration Goals at a Former Military Site," (in press, 2014) Nature and Culture 9(3).
Havlick, David G. 2014. "Opportunistic Conservation at Former Military Sites in the United States, "Progress in Physical Geography 38(3): 271-285.
Hourdequin, Marion and David G. Havlick. 2013. "Restoration and Authenticity Revisited," Environmental Ethics 35(1): 79-93.
Havlick, David G. 2011. "Disarming Nature: Converting Military Lands to Wildlife Conservation," The Geographical Review 101(2): 183-200.
Havlick, David G. and Martin W. Doyle. September 2009. "Restoration Geographies," Ecological Restoration 27(3): 240-243.
Doyle, Martin W., Emily H. Stanley, David G. Havlick, Mark J. Kaiser, George Steinbach, William L. Graf, Gerald E. Galloway, and J. Adam Riggsbee, "Aging Infrastructure and Ecosystem Restoration," Science 319 (18 January 2008): 286-287.
Havlick, David G. "Logics of Change for Military-to-Wildlife Conversions in the United States," GeoJournal 69(2007): 151-164.
Havlick, David G. March 2006. "Reconsidering Wilderness: Prospective Ethics for Nature, Technology, and Society," Ethics, Place and Environment 9(1): 47-62.
Havlick, David G. 2002. No Place Distant: Roads and Motorized Recreation on America's Public Lands. Washington, D.C.: Island Press. 297 pp.
Outreach and Service:
Director, UCCS Sustainable Development minor
Chair, UCCS Sustainability Committee
AAG Meridian Book Award Committee
Board Member, Rocky Mountain Field Institute
Board Member, Catamount Center for Geography of the Southern Rockies