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Masters Degree in Environmental Science & Policy

Environmental Politics, Law, and Social Justice

  • Scott Furlong
    American government and politics, public policy regulatory policy, environmental policy, legislative politics, administrative law, research methods, and interest group influence on the administrative rulemaking.
  • 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.
  • Aaron Weinschenk
    American Government and Politics; Political Behavior; Campaigns and Elections; Political Psychology; Voting Behavior; Political Participation; Statistics; Research Design and Methodology.
  • Elizabeth Wheat
    Environmental law, civil rights and liberties, environmental justice, and international law and organizations. Courses she teaches include Environmental Politics and Policy, Environmental Law, and Perspectives in Environmental Science and Policy.