|Submission Date||July 22, 2014|
Dean of Strategic Planning
Pinar Batur, Sociology
Stuart Belli, Chemistry
Lisa Brawley, Urban Studies
Colleen Cohen, Anthropology
Mary Ann Cunningham, Geography
Brian J. Godfrey, Geography, Urban Studies
Michael Hanigan, History
Julie Hughes, History
Paul Kane, English
Martha Kaplan, Anthropology
Jamie Kelly, Philosophy
Candice Lowe-Swift, Anthropology
Brian McAdoo, Earth Science
Kristen Menking, Earth Science
Joseph Nevins, Geography
Lisa Paravisini, Hispanic Studies, Environmental
Julie Park, English
Kate Susman, Biology
Marshall Pregnall, Biology
Margaret Ronsheim, Biology
Paul Ruud, Economics
Jill S. Schneiderman, Earth Science
Jodi Schwartz, Biology
Peter Stillman, Political Science
Janet Gray, Psychology
Jeff Walker, Earth Science, Environmental Studies
Yu Zhou, Geography
Lynn Christensen, Biology
Keri VanCamp, Biology
Lucy Johnson, Anthropology
The list was built by looking through departmental faculty bios for key research terms, follow up emails to professors to clarify their current research interested helped ensure accuracy.
Keri VanCamp and Lynn Christensen in Biology are studying the potential environmental and economic impacts of Emerald Ash Borer and are working to come up with a management plan for the invasive specie before it is too late.
Paul Ruud in economics has done research on the potential economic impacts surrounding fossil fuel divestment.
Mary Ann Cunningham has done research on how varying reward structures either support or hinder our efforts at Climate Change resiliency on campuses.
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