Research Scientistkeydeer@tamu.edu (210) 277-0292 x101
Dr. Angelica Lopez joined the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute as a research associate in 2010. Her research interests are in rural sociology and underrepresented groups, environmental and natural resource attitudes, behaviors and participation constraints, human dimensions of natural resources, borderlands and program evaluation. Her research goal is to assist landowners in reaching their land management objectives.
Angelica also provides project support for various programs in the San Antonio office and is a liaison for the institute’s business administrative team. A native Texan, Angelica studied animal science, agricultural education, rural sociology and recreation park and tourism sciences with an emphasis on community engagement, receiving Bachelor of Science degrees in 1997 and 1999, Master of Science in 2005 and doctorate in 2011 at Texas A&M University.