Faculty & Staff Collaborators

Environmental Justice, the intersection between environmentalism and social justice, is a field that is fundamentally interdisciplinary. Faculty and staff across campus teach courses, engage in research, and coordinate projects that incorporate varying degrees of environmental justice components. This self-appointed listing serves as a centralized directory to connect with others doing work in this space.

If you are a faculty or staff member involved in environmental justice-related work and are interested in being included in this listing, please submit your information here.

Senior Lecturer

Angela Hobson teaches the Foundations of Public Health courses “Environmental Health” and …

Visting Lecturer

Eric Zencey is a writer as well as scholar and teacher. His work tackles the infinite planet …

Professor of Practice

Joseph Steensma’s work exemplifies “transdisciplinary.”  A successful scientist and …

Assistant Director

Kellie Thompson (Seneca) earned her BA from the University of Notre Dame and is a Buder Scholar …

Associate Professor of Political Science and Research Fellow

Michael M. Bechtel is an Associate Professor of Political Science at WashU and a Research …

Professor; Chair, Master of Landscape Architecture Program

Rod Barnett is professor and chair of the Master of Landscape Architecture at Washington …

Lecturer in Environmental Studies

Scott Krummenacher is lecturer of environmental studies at Washington University in St. Louis. …

Assistant Professor of History

Professor Bivar came to the history department at Wash U in 2012. She received her PhD in 2010 …