These faculty serve as Environmental Studies advisors and/or advise Environmental studies capstones and/or teach a course cross-listed with ENVS.
Professor and Gund Chair of the Liberal Arts
Areas of Interest: Environmental Policy and Politics, Green Politics and Political Theory
Areas of Interest: Ethics, public policy, climate change
Areas of Interest: Urban social geography, children's geographies, gender, race/ethnicity, North American cities, social theory, qualitative research, critical GIS.
Areas of Interest: Art & Ecology, Art & the Environmental Humanities, Environmental Art, EcoArt
Areas of Interest: Ethics and Philosophy of Mind, early modern philosophy and metaphysics
Research Associate and Instructor
Areas of Interest: Colorado Potato Beetle, Evolutionary Biology, Agroecological Approaches to Sustainable Food Production
Lecturer, Environmental Studies, English, and Women and Gender Studies
Areas of Interest: Canadian history, Canadian-American relations, environmental history, resource development of the Canadian North, and North American Indians.
Areas of Interest: U.S. Western and Environmental History, Borderlands
Areas of Interest: Social geography, rural studies, place production, nature-culture theory, identity, landscape, youth, Vermont
Professor, ENVS Advisor
Areas of Interest: Political Theory, American Political Thought, Democratic Theory, and Environmental Ethics
Areas of Interest: Greek and Latin literature, orality studies, the classical tradition
Research Assistant Professor
Areas of Interest: Environmental health, socio-ecological consequences of medical care, health benefits of nature contact, qualitative methods
Center for Reseach on Vermont Director, Assistant Research Professor, Advisor
Areas of Interest: Strategic communications and media discourse, public policy, energy use and transportation behavior, citizen participation
Areas of Interest: Water Resources, Geomorphology, GIS, Spatial Modeling, Human-Environment Interactions, Mountain Environments