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The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System™ (STARS) is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to measure their sustainability performance.

Overall Rating Silver
Overall Score 51.80
Liaison Jill Fermanich
Submission Date Sept. 29, 2014
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STARS v2.0

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
AC-9: Academic Research

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 10.80 / 12.00 Laurie Case
Sustainability & Strategic Planning Coordinator
Chancellor's Office
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Number of the institution’s faculty and/or staff engaged in sustainability research:
51

Total number of the institution’s faculty and/or staff engaged in research:
158

Number of academic departments (or the equivalent) that include at least one faculty or staff member that conducts sustainability research:
6

The total number of academic departments (or the equivalent) that conduct research:
10

A copy of the sustainability research inventory that includes the names and department affiliations of faculty and staff engaged in sustainability research:
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Names and department affiliations of faculty and staff engaged in sustainability research:

Faculty with Research Interest in Sustainability Areas (updated 2014)
Greg Aldrete, Humanistic Studies
Lucy Arendt, Cofrin School of Business
Scott Ashmann, Education
Andrew Austin, Democracy & Social Justice
Paul Baumgart, Natural & Applied Sciences
Dallas Blaney, Public & Environmental Affairs
Marcelo Cruz, Urban & Regional Studies
Tim Dale, Democracy & Social Justice
Karen Dalke, Urban & Regional Studies
Greg Davis, Natural & Applied Sciences
Mathew Dornbush, Natural & Applied Sciences
Michael Draney, Natural & Applied Sciences
Kevin Fermanich, Natural & Applied Sciences
Patrick Forsyth, Natural & Applied Sciences
Scott Furlong, Public & Environmental Affairs
Alison Gates, Art
David Helpap, Public & Environmental Affairs
Catherine Henze, English
Sarah Himmelheber, Social Work
Robert Howe, Cofrin Center for Biodiversity
Yunsun Huh, Democracy & Social Justice
E. Ray Hutchison, Urban & Regional Studies
John Katers, Natural & Applied Sciences
Harvey Kaye, Democracy & Social Justice
Michael Knight, Cofrin School of Business
John Luczaj, Natural & Applied Sciences
Christopher Martin, Humanistic Studies
Michael McIntire, Natural & Applied Sciences
Dan Meinhardt, Human Biology
Brian Merkel, Natural & Applied Sciences
Steve Meyer, Natural & Applied Sciences
Eric Morgan, Democracy & Social Justice
Thomas Nesslein, Urban & Regional Studies
Adam Parrillo, Urban & Regional Studies
Debra Pearson, Natural & Applied Sciences
Laurel Phoenix, Public & Environmental Affairs
Sampath Ranganathan, Cofrin School of Business
Kimberley Reilly, Democracy & Social Justice
Rachel Russell, Public & Environmental Affairs
Jon Shelton, Democracy & Social Justice
Heidi Sherman, Humanistic Studies
Alison Staudinger, Democracy & Social Justice
John Stoll, Public & Environmental Affairs
Patricia Terry, Natural & Applied Sciences
Christine Vandenhouten, Nursing
Lora Warner, Public & Environmental Affairs
Elizabeth Wheat, Public & Environmental Affairs
Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, Human Development
Amy Wolf, Natural & Applied Sciences
Michael Zorn, Natural & Applied Sciences
Leanne Zhu, Natural & Applied Sciences


A brief description of the methodology the institution followed to complete the research inventory:

All faculty have listings of their research interests and the classes that they teach on their departmental websites. Each entry was reviewed and the faculty member was counted as having 'sustainability research' interests or not based on that descriptor. Only tenured or tenure-track faculty were included in this review.


A brief description of notable accomplishments during the previous three years by faculty and/or staff engaged in sustainability research:
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The website URL where information about sustainability research is available:
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The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.