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Professor and Gund Chair of the Liberal Arts (2006)

Environmental policy and politics, green politics and political theory, democracy, environmental policy, and international jurisprudence

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Kevin Chu

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Professional Advisor

Diversity and inclusion, social justice, academic advising, internships, research, study abroad, community engagement, entrepreneurship, website management

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Associate Professor, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Institutional arrangements for community-based resource management, especially as they affect equity and sustainability

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Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Energy and climate change policy, land conservation, watershed planning, environmental public health, theory and practice of ecological economics

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Director, Environmental Program

Biodiversity conservation, conservation and human livelihoods, environmental economics, behavioral economics, equity and justice, ecosystem services

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Assistant Professor of Sustainability and Global Equity, Rubenstein School for Environment and Natural Resources

Sustainability values, well-being, learning, policy, diversity, equity, and behavior

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Professor of Environmental Thought and Culture, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Environmental thought, cultural theory, global cultural change

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Associate Professor, Information and Instruction Services Department Howe Library

Environmental information literacy, environmental research methods, global information environment, Costa Rica

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Professor, Department of History

Canada, U.S., environmental, North American Indian

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Professor of Agroecology and Environmental Studies, Department of Plant and Soil Science

Agroecology. Participatory Action Research (PAR), agricultural livelihoods, agrifood systems, agricultural resilience, climate change

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Associate Professor, Geography

Social geography, rural studies, place production, nature-culture theory, identity, landscape, youth, Vermont

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Assistant Professor, Department of Geography

Feminist political ecology and geography, critical development, NGO and sustainability studies, land tenure and the politics of greening landscapes, social movements, postcolonial studies, community forestry, queer ecologies, posthuman and animal geographies, critical GIS and virtual environments

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Lecturer, Rubenstein School for Environment and Natural Resources

Community organizing and action-research, environmental and social justice (racism, poverty and militarism), environmental education, ornithology and conservation, environmental journalism, and the public health benefits of nature-watching and birding (psychological ecosystem services)

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Assistant Professor, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Environmental health, community based research, environmental policy, Natural resources, Arctic environment and health, environmental health social movements, and environmental justice

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Associate Professor of Economics

Environmental economics and policy, environmental regulation, corporate environmental strategy

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Professor of Ecology, Associate Dean of Rubenstein School

Global change ecology 

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Amy Seidl

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Associate Director, Senior Lecturer, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Global climate change, climate adaptation, sustainability science, communicating science, ecology, evolutionary biology

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Administrative Assistant

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Lyman-Roberts Professor of Classical Languages and Literature, Department of Classics

Systems and sustainability in Greco-Roman antiquity; ancient philosophy; comparative mythology and poetics