Lindsey Marburger is a water scientist and human geographer who focuses on water security analysis, building international science collaborations in the Middle East and North Africa, and mapping S&T capacity in the Middle East and India. Prior to joining CSTSP, Lindsey worked a Program Manager at the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), where she developed the Yemeni-US Younger Scientist Partnership program and ran FAS’s projects on energy efficiency, building technologies, and water and energy security.
She has an MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management from the University of Oxford, a bachelor’s degree studying Environmental Policy and Studies and Applied Anthropology at American University in Washington, DC, and studied Arabic at the Yemeni Institute for Arabic Language.
Charles D. Ferguson and Lindsey E. Marburger, “A US Nuclear Future?” Nature 467, 391-93, September 23, 2010.
Lindsey Marburger, High Performance Building for Habitat for Humanity, guide for the DOE Building America Program and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, October 2010.
Lindsey Marburger, “Extending Global Science Engagement Series,” Yemen Times, August 2010.