Ma

Zhao Ma

Forestry And Natural Resources
Focus on invasive plant management, small-scale farming, payment for ecosystem services, climate change perception and adaptation, water governance, and ecological restoration.
FORS 111
765-494-1790
Marzec

Robert Marzec

English
Work on the historical transformations of humanity’s relationship to the environment, and how these transformations inform and affect the event of climate change in today’s world, and our reactions to that event
HEAV 332A
mayo-russell

Russell Mayo

Purdue Northwest, English
Climate change and the environment in relation to writing/humanities education
Hammond Campus, CLO-270
mayo6@pnw.edu
219-989-2564
Website

McMillan

Sara McMillan

Agricultural And Biological Engineering
Hydrology and biogeochemistry of urban and agricultural aquatic systems; ecosystem restoration to mitigation impacts from changing climate and land use practices
ABE 208B
Michalski

Greg Michalski

Dept Earth, Atmospheric, And Planetary Sci
Stable isotope biogeochemistry, Nitrogen cycling in aquatic and soil systems, regional air/water pollution, mass-independent isotope effects and their use in paleoclimatology and aerosol chemistry, isotope effects in gas phase reactions, modeling isotopes in atmospheric chemistry
765-494-3704
Milkoreit

Manjana Milkoreit

Political Science
Global climate change politics, esp. the role of emerging powers and the design of review mechanisms in the Paris Agreement; the interface between science and policy/politics/diplomacy; cognition and emotion in climate-related decision-making, esp. future thinking.
BRNG 2226
765-496-3921
Nateghi

Roshanak Nateghi

Environmental & Ecological Engineering and Industrial Engineering
Work on modeling the impacts of climate extremes and climate change on the reliability and resiliency of energy infrastructure using risk and decision analysis,simulation, statistical modeling and big data analytics
GRIS 264
Nies

Loring Nies

Civil Engineering and Environmental and Ecological Engineering
Global sustainable engineering, sustainable urban systems, education for sustainability in engineering
CIVL 3145C
765-494-8327
zoe-nyssa

Zoe Nyssa

Liberal Arts
Technical cultures, environmental/climate policy and practice, applied anthropology, organizational strategy, future making, global challenges, computational and mixed methods, epistemology and ethics, risk.
STON 219D
znyssa@purdue.edu
765-494-8322
Website

Eun-Joong-Oh-1314

Eun Joong Oh

Food Science
Cellulosic biofuels, CO2 fixation, Sustainable production of food ingredients, metabolic engineering, synthetic biology.
NLSN 3225
oh263@purdue.edu
765-496-5012
Website

Harvard University researcher, Erik Otarola-Castillo is the co-author of a new study that finds a possible reason why whales still have pelvic bones (which seemingly have no purpose).  Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer

Erik Otarola-Castillo

Anthropology
Evolution, ecology, and diversity of behavior in prehistoric and modern populations of hunter-gatherers; effects that climatic change, variation of food availability and distribution had on the diet of some of the first North American native populations
STON 312
eoc@purdue.edu
765-494-2443
Website

pawley

Alice Pawley

Engineering Education
Engineering education, climate crisis curriculum, diversity and inclusion, relationship between climate change and social inequality
ARMS 1325
765-496-1209
Linda Pfeiffer

Linda Pfeiffer

Youth Development and Agricultural Education
Communicating controversial science to non-scientists
AGAD 223A
765-496-1890
Pijanowski

Bryan Pijanowski

Forestry And Natural Resources
Land-climate-people interactions, climate adaptation, land-climate-hydrologic dynamics, uncertainty, soundscape ecology
FORS 305
765-496-2215
Prabhakar[1204]

Gouri Prabhakar

Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences
Urban air quality, atmospheric processing of pollutants, atmospheric aerosol composition, cloud-particle interaction, aerosol-radiation interaction
HAMP 4259B
gourip@purdue.edu
765-496-2237
Website

prokopy

Linda Prokopy

Forestry And Natural Resources
Social dimensions of both adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change
FORS 201B
765-496-2221
Di Qi

Di Qi

Math
Numerical methods for PDEs, stochastic and statistical analysis, and uncertainty quantification.
MATH 644
qidi@purdue.edu
347-735-0576
Website

Rao

P Suresh Rao

Civil Engineering
Environmental engineering, environmental/ecological sciences, resilience-based analysis of coupled natural and engineered complex systems, including food-bioenergy-water sustainability issues
CIVL 3145B
765-496-6554
raymond

Leigh Raymond

Political Science
Emissions trading, market-based policies, informal institutions, norms and values in political behavior, framing effects
BRNG 2216E
765-494-4182
Ricker-Gilbert

Jacob Ricker-Gilbert

Agricultural Economics
Sub-Saharan Africa, food security, vulnerability, adaptation, behavioral modeling
KRAN 623