Associate Professor. BS (public health), Indiana University: MPA, PhD (public policy), George Mason University.
Research areas: the dynamic tensions of environmental science and democratic politics in a variety of arenas including community-based environmental protection, environmental justice, and international conservation areas.
Associate Professor. BS, MA (geography), University of California, Davis; PhD (geography), Arizona State University.
Research areas: geomorphology and pedogenesis, natural resources management, Quarternary studies and climate change in the western United States, and research efforts in the Ozette Region of the Olympic Peninsula.
Professor, Department of Environmental Studies: Policy, Planning, Education and Geography, BA (biology), University of California at San Diego; MS (natural resources conservation), PhD (natural resources, policy and planning), Cornell University.
Research areas: resource planning and human ecology, blending the fields of environmental studies and the arts, research into historical consolidation of communities that exist beyond economic or environmental carrying capacities in remote sub-arctic areas, the integration of natural resources and cultural geography with traditional music and dance, core faculty member in the Tribal Environmental and Natural Resources Management (TENRM) program.
Associate Professor. BS (civil engineering and geology), University of Notre Dame; MA (economic geography and South Asian studies), University of Washington; PhD (economic geography), Boston University.
Research areas: economic Geography and Regional Development: Differential regional impacts of policy and planning, Impacts of technological and industrial change, Quality of Life and Delphi Modeling; International: Japan and Pacific Rim Quality of Life, and U.S. Borderlands.
Chair and Associate Professor Department of Environmental Studies. BS (philosophy), MS (environmental studies), University of Oregon; PhD (geography), University of Arizona.
Research areas: physical geography with interests in landscape ecology, and biogeography, applying integrative and analytical geographic approaches to ecosystem-scale management questions, working with tools such as remote sensing, GIS, and spatial analysis, and fire ecology.
Associate Professor. BA (government and environmental studies), St. Lawrence University; PhM (urban design and regional planning), University of Edinburgh; JD, Harvard Law School.
Research areas: endangered species law, transboundary environmental law and policy, land use law, and the relationship between law and science.
Professor. BA (anthropology), Dartmouth College; MA (recreation and park management), University of Oregon; PhD (education), The Union Institute.
Research areas: the role the wilderness idea has played in national park history in the United States, the history of the conservation movement, a comparison of how the land has been managed north and south of the international boundary between British Columbia and the state of Washington, exploring how "sense of place" can be taught in environmental education programs, and the environmental history of the North Cascades region.
Professor. BSc, MSc (geography), University of Calcutta; PhD (geography), University of Florida.
Research areas: comparative urbanization, regional development, and growth management.
Professor. BS (human ecology), Western Washington University; MA, PhD (psychology and human development), University of Chicago.
Research areas: The study of the relations of humans to animals, development of environmental care and responsibility, conservation psychology, and teaching environmental studies, and environmental education.
Associate Professor. BA (geography), University of British Columbia; MA, PhD (geography) York University.
Research areas: aboriginal claims and the politics of nature in the Pacific Northwest and historical geographies of nature and recreation on Vancouver, BC’s North Shore.
Professor; BA, MA, California State University, Los Angeles; PhD (geography), Oregon State University.
Research areas: coastal processes and coastal zone management as well as natural hazards.
Visiting Assistant Professor. BA and K-12 Teaching Certificate (geology), Western Washington University; MS (religion), Florida State University.
Research areas: environmental education, interpretation, curriculum, outdoor education, interpretive writing and planning.
Associate Professor. BS (political economy of natural resources), University of California, Berkeley; MS, PhD (forestry), University of Minnesota.
Research areas: the human dimensions of natural resources, such as how people enjoy, understand, and interact with their environments and natural resources; current research includes projects related to cultural resources management, such as investigating non-timber forest products, especially how American Indians use them, and projects related to hunting and fishing.
Associate Professor. BA (economic and regional geography), State University of New York; MS (urban and regional planning), Western Washington University; PhD (urban planning), University of Washington.
Research areas: community sustainable development in the European case study site of Kefalonia, Greece, long-term relationship between Huxley College, other university colleges and programs and the local community to support a program for neighborhood-based sustainable community development, case study research in tribal sustainable development, land use, natural resources management and economic development policy models, Water Supply Coordination Planning, Land Use Planning, State Growth Management Policy, and Federal Indian Environmental Legislation.