Jennifer Veilleux

Professor of Practice

Office Address
Blessey 209
School of Science & Engineering

Education & Affiliations

Ph.D., Oregon State University, 2014
MS, University of New Haven, 2005
BS, University of New Haven, 2003


Research interests include Geography, Transboundary Watershed Management, Water Security, Water Rights, Indigenous Water Rights and Relationships, Complex Systems, Global Rivers

Selected Recent Publications

2021 Spotted Eagle, Faith & Jennifer Veilleux. Land and Water Policy in the Missouri River Basin from Indigenous Perspectives. Volume 23, Number 2

2019 Veilleux, Jennifer & Dinar, Shlomi. A Global Analysis of Water-related Terrorism 1970-2016. Terrorism and Political Violence. May 24, 2019

2019 Veilleux, Jennifer & Dinar, Shlomi. A Geospatial Analysis of Water-related Risk to International Security: an assessment of five countries. GeoJournal. August

2018 Veilleux, Jennifer & Dinar, Shlomi. "A New Global Analysis Finds Water Related Terrorism is on the Rise," New Security Beat. Woodrow Wilson Center. May 8

2018 Veilleux, Jennifer. "Water Security vs. Hydrofracking: A Case of Human Rights in the USA" Center for Human & Nature.

My complete scholarship list and links can be found on Research Gate and my website