Miku Lenentine is a predoctoral research associate working with Professor Stanley Asah in the School of Environmental and Forest Science’s Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management Lab at the University of Washington. Miku is assessing the social impacts of biofuels in the Pacific Northwest. Specifically, her research considers the social discourse surrounding the “biofuels conversation” through a computer assisted content analysis of online news articles, blogs, websites and social media. She is also applying Q-methodology to examine values, attitudes and perceptions of different stakeholders. Miku completed a master’s of Resource Management from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia in 2010.