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Cousins, Joshua, Assistant Professor
PHD, University Of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2016; environmental policy and governance, social and political dimensions of water, political ecology, political economy of water, green infrastructure, science and technology studies, political ecology, urban sustainability
257 Marshall Hall
jcousins@esf.edu
315-470-6576
Dann, Shari, Associate Professor
BS, Cornell University, 1983; MS, Cornell University, 1985; PHD, Michigan State University, 1993; Environmental education and interpretation; Place Based Education; conservation and natural resource education; science learning for K-12, non-formal, and adult programs; education for participatory natural resource stewardship and civic engagement; community engagement for conservation and land/watershed stewardship
261 Marshall Hall
sldann@esf.edu
315-470-4930
Hart, Rebecca, Administrative Assistant 1
106 Marshall Hall
rhart01@esf.edu
315-470-6636
Hirsch, Paul, Associate Professor
BS, Cornell University, 1994; MS, University Of Georgia, 2003; PHD, Georgia Institute Of Technology-Main Campus, 2008; integrative thinking and problem-solving, water planning, biodiversity conservation, science-policy interface, environmental thought and ethics, policy analysis, public participation and decision-making, environmental valuation, complexity, participant-observation and survey methods, discourse analysis, environmental policy, climate governance, policy science divide
229 Marshall Hall
pahirsch@esf.edu
315-470-6636
Kayira, Jean, Associate Professor
BED, University of Malawi, 1991; MA, Clark University, 2004; PHD, University of Saskatchewan, 2013; Indigenous knowledge systems, food sovereignty, decolonizing and Indigenous research methodologies, community-based research, youth participatory action research, climate change education, and culturally responsive & equitable evaluation
205 Marshall Hall
jckayira@esf.edu
315-470-6572
Kohl, Patrice, Assistant Professor
BA, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004; MA, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 2013; PHD, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, 2018; science and environmental communication; journalism; scientists and public engagement; public perceptions, attitudes and behavioural intentions. Primarily use quantitative, survey and experimental research methods. Study public perceptions and communication in relation to subjects such as climate change, invasive species, use of advanced genetic engineering tools in conservation, space junk
226 Marshall Hall
pakohl@esf.edu
315-470-6908
Lee, Eun Kyung, Assistant Professor
BA, Minnesota State University-Moorhead, 2010; MPH, Tufts University, 2014; PHD, SUNY At Albany, 2019; Environmental health inequities and environmental justice; place-based disparities; racial and socio-economic disparities; chronic disease prevention; food systems; causal inference and mixed methods; community-level interventions and public policy.
228 Marshall Hall
eklee02@esf.edu
315-470-6538
Limpert, Christina, Instructor
PHD, Syracuse University, 2013; Gender, schooling, and popular culture, urban community engagement and advocacy, youth climate activism, ethnographic and participatory action research, environmental cinema studies, environmental dimensions of violence and militarization, social media and public perceptions of environmental threats and ecosystem health
230 Marshall Hall
cmlimper@esf.edu
315-470-6722
Luzadis, Valerie, Interim Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate School
PHD, SUNY College Of Environmental Science And Forestry, 1997; BS, Cornell University, 1983; MS, Cornell University, 1990; ecological economics, ecosystem services, policy, social and recreational dimensions, forest management for renewable energy, watershed management, natural resources policy and values, sustainable development, renewable energy, participatory decision-making
227 Bray Hall
vluzadis@esf.edu
315-470-6980
Mikulewicz, Michael, Assistant Professor
BA, University of Aberdeen, 2010; MS, California State University-Fullerton, 2012; PHD, University of Manchester, 2018; critical human geography, climate justice, international climate policy & governance, adaptation, resilience & vulnerability, environmental justice, urban sustainability, international development, political ecology, agriculture in the Majority World, critical theory incl. (eco-)feminism, queer theory, neo-Marxism, postcolonial theory), intersectionality, LGBTQ+ studies, participatory methods
222 Marshall Hall
mmikulew@esf.edu
315-470-6816
Moran, Sharon, Associate Professor
BA, Boston University, 1981; MS, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, 1989; PHD, Clark University, 2000; environmental policy, human dimensions of water/wastewater issues, political ecology, environment-society relations, green and innovative technologies, environmental issues in post-communist countries, qualitative research methods, gender and nature, sustainability indicators, emergent technologies, environmental justice, ethical frameworks in public policy
256 Marshall Hall
smoran@esf.edu
315-470-6690
Nyblade, Madeline, Assistant Professor
BS, Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus, 2018; PHD, University Of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2023; Water justice; community-based participatory research; climate and landcover change impacts and adaptation; Indigenous Nation - University collaborations; research ethics; critical history of earth science

mlnyblad@esf.edu
315-470-6887
Parker, Andrea, Associate Professor
BS, Michigan State University, 2003; MS, Texas A&M University, 2006; PHD, Texas A&M University, 2010; environmental communication; science and technology communication; wildlife conservation and policy; climate change mitigation and adaptation discourse and decision-making; environmental advocacy; environmental and natural resources conflict management; qualitative and critical methods; program evaluation methods; conflict; public participation; energy;wildlife management
234 Marshall Hall
amparker@esf.edu
315-470-6573
Selfa, Theresa, Professor and Chair
BA, Whitman College, 1984; MCP, University Of California-Berkeley, 1992; PHD, Cornell University, 2001; Environmental Governance; Politics of Agri-Food and Energy Systems; Livelihood Impacts of Land Use Change; International Development and Social Change; Environmental Certification and Labelling; Latin America and US
106 Marshall Hall
tselfa@esf.edu
315-470-6636
Shinn, Jamie, Assistant Professor
BA, Colorado College, 2004; MA, University Of Kansas Main Campus, 2010; PHD, Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus, 2015; Environmental governance and policy, climate change adaptation, water-society relationships, flooding, political ecology, disaster response and recovery
224 Marshall Hall
jeshinn@esf.edu
315-565-3022
Smardon, Richard, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus
BS, University Of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1970; MLA, University Of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1973; wetland assessment and management, landscape management policy, public participation and decision-making, sustainable development, eco-tourism, biosphere reserve management
211B Marshall Hall
rsmardon@esf.edu
315-470-6576
Sonnenfeld, David, Emeritus
BA, University Of Oregon, 1973; MA, University Of California-Santa Cruz, 1991; PHD, University Of California-Santa Cruz, 1996; environmental sociology; comparative environmental politics; sustainable transitions; water governance; East and Southeast Asia, Middle East, Latin America and Caribbean; field, historical and mixed research methods
214 Baker Laboratory
dsonn@esf.edu
315-470-4931
Weiss, Jill, Assistant Professor
BS, New York University, 2003; PHD, Antioch New England Graduate School, 2016; Socio-ecological systems, co-adaptive management, collaboration and trust, knowledge transfer, communities of practice and social networks, communication theories, landscape ecology, recreation governance and ethics, environmental education, conservation behaviors and psychologies, organizational management, strategic planning, and assessment. Subjects: stewardship, large contiguous bioregions, alpine zone, trail systems, public open space, bikes, urban forestry. Methods: Surveys, interviews, mixed method approaches, case studies, grounded theory, participatory action research.
236 Marshall Hall
jiweiss@esf.edu
315-470-6871
Whitmore, Benette, Assistant Professor
BA, Queen's University, 1977; MA, Syracuse University, 1980; PHD, Syracuse University, 2011; digital storytelling, filmmaking, screenwriting, creative responses to the environment, public relations management, science education
262 Marshall Hall
bwhitmor@esf.edu
315-470-6695