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Faculty and Advisory Board

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The Environmental Studies program draws upon a distinguished range of faculty members who have expertise in anthropology, ecology, geography, history, planning, public policy, sociology, and other disciplines.  They are creative problem-solvers and excellent communicators dedicated to collaborative and innovative research and teaching. Faculty teach classes that inform their scholarship and support environmental education through hands-on experiences including site visits, field schools, and service learning. They regularly publish articles on conservation, climate change, land-use, collaborative governance, adaptation and resilience and more. Faculty research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Fulbright Scholars program.

Core Faculty

Adjunct Instructors

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