Krister Andersonn: Politics of environmental governance, forestry policy reforms in developing countries, and international climate change mitigation strategies.
Karen Bailey: Climate adaptation/resilience, sustainable rural livelihoods, human health and well-being, human-wildlife conflict, and justice and equity in STEM
Autumn Bernhardt: Environmental and social justice, Indigenous stewardship, public lands, law.
Maxwell Boykoff: Environmental governance, environmental communication, political economy and the environment.
Cassandra Brooks: Environmental governance and policy across scales from local to international, marine science, and natural resource conservation.
Matthew Burgess: Economic growth futures and their environmental impacts, natural resource management and conservation, mathematical modeling of human-environment systems, political polarization of environmental issues.
Amanda Carrico: Human-environment interactions; environmental psychology; decision-making and behavior; climate change and migration.
Dave Ciplet: Climate and energy justice, just transitions, global climate governance
Sharon Collinge: Population and community ecology, conservation biology, restoration ecology, landscape ecology and planning, and ecological consequences of habitat loss.
Lisa Dilling: Climate adaptation, usable science, climate policy, and resilience
Dan Doak: Conservation biology, ecology
Mark Gasta: Outdoor recreation economy, leadership development, corporate social and environmental responsibility, systemic change
Benjamin Hale: Environmental ethics and policy, applied ethics, normative ethics, metaethics, and ethical and environmental concerns of emerging technologies.
Joel Hartter: Sustainability, Outdoor recreation economy, human-environment interactions, conservation, and natural resource management
Eve-Lyn Hinckley: Ecosystem science, biogeochemistry, incorporating research into decisions about nutrient, pesticide, and water management; STEM education
Kimberly Kosmenko: Sustainable and equitable business, Certified B Corps, socially responsible leadership, experiential professional education
Joanna Lambert: Community ecology, nutritional ecology, mammals in anthropogenic landscapes, human-wildlife coexistence and conflict, special focus on primates and carnivores.
Jill Litt: Neighborhood environments and health, nature-based social prescribing, environmental and policy change to support pro-health behaviors, and community-based participatory research.
Diane McKnight: Limnology, aquatic ecology, and reactive transport of metals and organic material in streams and rivers.
Zia Mehrabi: Food security, climate change, biodiversity, human health, welfare, infrastructure, technology.
Dale Miller: Environmental & Scientific writing, undergraduate career development, & sustainable building.
Steve Miller: Environmental and natural resource economics, quantitative environmental policy analysis, effects of climate change on natural resource use and economies, applied statistics and machine learning.
Jason Neff: Biogeochemistry.
Peter Newton: Socio-environmental systems, food systems, tropical forests, rural livelihoods, sustainable development.
Natalie Ooi: Outdoor Recreation Economy, Sustainable Tourism Destination Management, Community Economic Development, Mountain Resort Communities
Roger Pielke Jr.: Science, policy, politic, sports.
Josh Radoff: Decarbonization, energy systems electrification, renewable energy development, green building, climate action planning, corporate sustainability, local government policy development.
Colleen Scanlon Lyons: International sustainable development, forest conservation, human-environment interactions, social movements and social-environmental activism
William Shutkin: Urban resilience and sustainability, climate justice, sustainable cities, sustainability planning and management
Steven Vanderheiden Normative political theory and environmental politics.
Carrie Vodehnal: Normative Ethical Theory, Applied Ethics, Moral Psychology
Carol Wessman Ecosystem ecology, forest disturbance and resilience, ecological applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems.
Lisa Barlow: Climate change and resilience Education (works primarily with first-year undergraduates)
Joe Bryan: Focuses on the politics of indigeneity in the Americas, with particular attention to questions of land, territory, and rights.
Deserai Crow: Local and state-level environmental policy, natural disaster recovery and risk mitigation in local communities and natural resource agencies
Liam Downey: Environmental sociology, environmental inequality, race and ethnic relations, urban sociology, stratification/inequality, political sociology, Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Nicholas Flores: Environmental and resource economics
Karen Gebhardt: Economics of human-wildlife interaction, economics education, and the economics of gender in the United States economy.
Michael Gooseff: Stream-groundwater interactions, contaminant transport and fate, polar earth system responses to climate change, ecosystem processes in polar landscapes, aquatic biogeochemical cycling, and water quality modeling.
Jill Harrison: Environmental sociology, environmental justice, Sociology of agriculture and food, immigration politics, and political theories of justice.
Jonathan Hughes: Environmental economics, empirical industrial organization, and transportation and energy economics
Lori Hunter: Environmental Sociology, population dynamics and environmental context, rural livelihoods and natural resources in sub-Saharan Africa, climate and migration.
Rita Klees: Biodiversity conservation, water supply and sanitation, water resource management, and environmental policy.
Patricia Limerick: Environmental history, history of science in the American West, cultural perceptions of nature.
Nicole Lovenduski: Modeling and observation of ocean biogeochemistry, polar climate change and its impact on the oceans, global carbon cycle dynamics, and global climate modeling
J. Terrence McCabe: Livelihood strategies and decisions relating to land use among the pastoral peoples of Eastern Africa, mostly with the Turkana of northern Kenya and the Maasai of northern Tanzania.
Rebecca Morrs: Communication and interpretation of weather and climate risks, the use of scientific information in decision making, and weather hazard prediction and predictability.
Brian Muller: Planning methods, regional planning, and planning for hazards and climate change.
Beth Osnes: Using theatre as a tool for women to empower their voices for participation in the development that impacts their own lives and communities.
Phaedra Pezzullo: Environmental communication, environmental justice, climate justice, public advocacy, toxic politics, qualitative research
Rebecca Safran: Evolution of biodiversity, mechanisms of trait evolution, and population genomics.
Paul Sutter: U.S. and global environmental history, disease and the environment, and history of the environmental sciences.
William Travis: Interaction of environment and society, including land use and anthropogenic transformations of land cover, with a focus on the American West.
Leaf Van Boven: Cocial psychology, environmental psychology, and political psychology
James White: Paleoclimate and paleoceanography, global change, and geochemistry