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Masters Degree in Environmental Science & Policy

Waste Management and Resource Recovery

  • David Helpap
    State and local government; urban politics; public management and budgeting; public policy, economic development policy (e.g., brownfield redevelopment), mayoral agenda setting, and regionalism.
  • John Katers
    Research interests include solid waste management and recycling, renewable energy systems, water and wastewater treatment, and resource management and sustainability issues.
  • John Stoll
    Environmental and natural resource economics, contingent valuation techniques, outdoor recreation, conservation of species and habitat. Teaches courses in public finance, urban and regional economic theory, microeconomics, econometrics, natural resource and environmental economics.