Class: TA Intro to HE recitations
Research interests: My research focuses on how flood management policies and flood protection infrastructure affect communities livelihoods and their adaptive capacities.
Class: Intro to Human Ecology TA
Department: Bloustein School of Public Policy and Planning
Research interests: My research explores social values in the context of local textile production.
Class you TA: Politics of Environmental Issues
Department: Geography, School of Arts and Sciences
Research interests: caste, space, nationalism (liberal and fascist), undercommons, small scale fisheries, aquaculture
Teaching Support for Sustainability and Energy & Society
Department: Anthropology, School of Arts and Sciences
Research interests: I am interested in the evolutionary basis of human cooperation. More specifically, I am interested in how this relates to the prevalence of mutual aid in communities all over the world. My research includes how both mutual aid organizers and countries with differing welfare policies perceive deservingness in others.
Class: Politics of Environmental Issues
Department- Political Science
Research interests: I research state supreme court behavior in response to Supreme Court decisions. The role played the federalism/dual legal system in periods of national retrenchment and high polarization.
Research Project: Decarbonization Energy Preferences (Sloan Foundation) with Dr. Shwom
Home Department: Sociology
Research Interests: My research centers on how science and religion, both separately and in dialogue, affect public interpretations of and reactions to climate change. Among other things, his research touches on religious engagement with climate change, political framings of climate change on social media, trends in religious non-affiliation, and improvements in survey methods on environmental attitudes. He holds a BA in Sociology and an MS in Social Data Analytics and Research, both from The University of Texas at Dallas.
Research Project for Human Ecology: Collaborative Research: Responses to complex disruptive events: Cognition in a socio-political context
Research Interests: I study how organizations and institutions assess uncertainty and the implications of these assessments for risk governance, policy, and decision-making. I use a variety of methods including surveys, interviews, computational tools, and policy analysis. I have been a Fellow at the Center for Cultural Analysis at Rutgers and the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute and the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis. Prior to Rutgers, I spent six years working in nonprofit development for human rights organizations in Washington, D.C.
Health and Culture
Energy and Society
David Krantz is a National Science Foundation IGERT Fellow and a Wrigley Fellow researching solar-energy policy and faith-based environmentalism.