Expert Directory

UVA’s Environmental Institute (EI) is the hub of environmental resilience and sustainability research at the University of Virginia. The Institute seeks to foster collaboration, providing support for new projects as well as amplifying and connecting the work of others across disciplines at UVA. Faculty from fields including but not limited to architecture, urban planning, engineering, environmental science, the humanities, data science, business, and law are involved in projects to create workable solutions for climate change and environmental resilience challenges.

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Andres Clarens

EI Associate Director; Professor
Environmental Institute
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Anthony Artuso

Executive Scholar
Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service

Bill Shobe

Professor & Director, Center for Economic and Policy Studies
Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service

Bin Fang

Research Associate, Engineering Systems and Environment
Engineering Systems and Environment

Charity Nyelele

Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Sciences

Charles Ransler

Assistant Professor of Commerce

Charles Ransler IV

Assistant Professor of Commerce

Daniel Reifsnyder

Adjunct Professor

Gaurav Giri

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering

Howard Epstein

Professor and Chair
Department of Environmental Sciences

Karen McGlathery

EI Director; Professor
Department of Environmental Sciences
Environmental Institute

Katie MacDonald

Assistant Professor of Architecture
Department of Architecture

Kerrie Carfagno

Associate Professor of Commerce

Lakshmi Venkataraman

Professor
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Lauren Simkins

Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Sciences

Lawrence Band

Professor
Department of Environmental Sciences
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering