Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Idaho
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Idaho Staff Member


Lubia Cajas de Gliniewicz

Lubia Cajas Cano

Email: lubiacajas@vandals.uidaho.edu

Biography

I am a PhD candidate in the Environmental Science Program at the University of Idaho. After earning my BS degree in 2002 in aquaculture from San Carlos University in Guatemala I came to the University of Idaho to start my Master’s degree program as a Fulbright scholar. My primary areas of interest are environmental and natural resources sustainability, entrepreneurship activities focused on environmental and social responsibility, and community development. My dissertation is focused on tools to evaluate socio-economic and environmental sustainability in animal production systems. Since 2009 I have worked with UI International Programs delivering training programs for international students and community leaders in social and environmental entrepreneurship, teamwork and leadership, watershed restoration, community development, and US culture as a part of the Central American Youth Ambassador Program (CAYA) and the Scholarships for Educational and Economic Development (SEED) in collaboration with Georgetown University and the US Department of State.

Research Publications Publication Date
White, G., J. Claussen, C. Moffitt, B. Norcross, and D. Parrish. 2013. Dr. J Frances Allen: Pioneer of Women in Fisheries 38:103-111. | Abstract | Download 2013-03-31
Moffitt, C. M., and L. Cajas-Cano. 2014. Blue Growth: the 2014 FAO State of the World Fisheries and Aquaculture. Fisheries 39:552-553. | Abstract 2014-11-30
Moffitt, C. M., Z. L. Penney, and L. Cajas-Cano. 2014. Reconnecting people to their natural environment. Pp.185-192 in W. Taylor, A. Lynch, and N. Neonard, editors. The future of fisheries: perspectives for the next generation of professionals. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, MD. | Abstract | Download 2014-07-31
Moffitt, C. M. 2012.Diversity in natural resource science professions: using feminine attributes to broaden diversity. Fisheries 37:376-377. | Abstract 2012-09-30
Moffitt, C. M. 1999. Reflections on mentoring. Fisheries, 24(12):27. 1999-01-31
Cajas Cano, L., and C. M. Moffitt. 2008. Comparing Footprints of Trout and Beef Production. World Aquaculture Magazine 39(3): 10-13; 70-72. 2008-01-31
Presentations Presentation Date
Moffitt, C. M. and L. Cajas de Gliniewicz. 2016. Marine Aquaculture Production of Unfed Organisms Has Important Opportunities in Future Ecosystem Management. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Kansas City. 2016-08-16
Moffitt, C. M. , Z. L. Penney, L. Cajas-Cano. 2014.Reconnecting People to Their Natural Environment. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Quebec City. 2014-08-19
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Marine Mussels Production in Washington, US 2013-04-17
Cajas de Gliniewicz, L., and C. M. Moffitt. 2017. Marine Aquaculture of bivalves has important opportunities in Ecosystem Management. Idaho Chapter American Fisheries Society, March 2017, Boise, ID. 2017-03-01