Chair, Human Dimensions of Environmental Systems.
Emeritus professor in political science, social dimensions of policy, human dimensions of environmental systems, and global studies. Also have taught statistics, research methods, sociology, urban design, civic engagement, and public policy.
I study "humans in context." My work looks at policies, environments, and behaviors holistically. Questions I've asked: how do physical environments affect social network formation, information flow, human behaviors, perceptions, or attitudes; how do policies affect people beyond those targeted by it; how do public space designs affect democracy?