I have two foci for my research, generally-speaking: education and the environment. While there are times when these areas do not overlap, it is generally the case that they do. The research I conduct is typically more focused on practice and less on theory, but that does not prevent the work from being used in a scholarly sense. Good research, after all, should inform practice.
To communicate my research and its science, I typically write editorials because the information is then more accessible to the general public. However, because research is also my trade, I sometimes publish my findings in academic journals. Below is a highlight of some of my work:
Emmons, Nichlas. (2020, accepted). “Developing a Continuing Education Program for Tribal Land Professionals.” Inquiry in Education
Emmons, Nichlas. (2020, accepted). “Understanding the Professional Development Needs of Teachers in Tribally Controlled Schools: A Phenomenological Study.” Journal of American Indian Education
La Pensee, Elizabeth and Nichlas Emmons. (2019). “Indigenous Education through the Game When Rivers Were Trails.” Amerikastudien/American Studies: 64(1): 75-93.
LaPensee, Elizabeth and Nichlas Emmons. (2019). “When Rivers Were Trails.” Films for the Feminist Classroom: Volume 9.1: Summer 2019 Special Feature.
Emmons, Nichlas and Travis Hardin. (2014). “Teaching Environmental Education to Native American and Alaska Native Students: A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Teaching in Higher Education.” Journal of Indigenous Research: Volume 3: Issue 1, Article 7.
Bhattacharjee, Suchimista, Nichlas Emmons, Tarek Mahfouz, and James Jones. (2012). “Comparative Analysis of the Residential Energy Efficiency Policies of Six Midwestern States.” International Journal of Engineering Research and Innovation, 4(2): 38-45.