Sustainable Energy and Environmental Management Faculty

Courses are taught by expert faculty, including renowned practitioners in fields ranging from environmental law to alternative energy financing, as well as researchers who are leaders in environmental management, Earth science, and engineering. The program utilizes environmental and sustainable development research and practitioner experience to provide practical training in sustainability management to a new generation of professionals who will address critical interdisciplinary issues.

Omar Isaac Asensio

Omar Asensio
Data Science
Policy
Management

 

Marilyn A. Brown

Marilyn Brown
MSEEM Co-Director
Energy Policy Modeling, Smart Grid Policies, Renewables & EVs

 

Jennifer Clark

Jennifer Clark
Regional Economics

Industrial Data

 

Michael Elliott

Michael Elliott
Environmental Planner

Mediator

 

Alice Favero

Alice Favero
MSEEM Program Coordinator Environmental Economics, Climate Policy, Nat. Resource Economics

 

Scott Ganz

Scott Ganz
Social Organization
Spatial Economic Analysis
Impacts of Carbon Tax

 

Emily Grubert

Emily Grubert
Infrastructure Policy
Energy-Water Nexus
Modeling Societal Values

 

Gordon Kingsley

Gordon Kingsley
Public Management
Policy Partnerships
Policy Implementation

 

Emanuele Massetti

Emanuele Massetti
Climate Change Economics

Climate Policy

 

Dan Matisoff

Dan Matisoff
MSEEM Co-Director
Environmental Policy
Energy Policy Analysis

 

Bryan Norton

Bryan Norton
Sustainable Theory

Sustainable Practice

 

Michael Rodgers

Michael Rodgers
Transportation and Energy
Air Quality
Environmental Science

 

Valerie Thomas

Valerie Thomas
Environmental Modeling

Energy Modeling