At Rutgers my teaching portfolio focuses on global environmental issues and policy. In fall 2017 I will be teaching a graduate course on Nature Society Theory. In spring 2017 I taught Climate Change Policy (EPIB 426) and Globalization, Environment and Development(EPIB 305) at the undergraduate level. In fall 2016 I taught a graduate course for our certificate in the Human Dimensions of Environmental Change (HDEC501syllabusSpring16). In 2013 I taught HDEC 502 Political Ecology of Climate Change (FinalGradClimateSyllabus). In fall 2013 I co-taught HDEC 501 Nature-Society Theory with Dr. Heidi Hausermann (HUMAN ECOLOGY 501).These courses are open to any graduate student at Rutgers, or any graduate student in a university belonging to the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium (Columbia University, Princeton University, CUNY Graduate Center, Fordham University, Stony Brook University, New School University, New York University).
I previously taught EPIB 315 International Environmental Policy (syllabus: FallIntlEnvPolicySyllabus) in the fall for the Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior (EPIB) major at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS). In spring 2017 I will be teaching undergraduate classes in EPIB titled Climate Change Policy and Globalization, Environment, and Development.
If you are interested in working with me as a graduate student, please let me know. You would need to apply to the Ph.D. or masters’ programs in one of the four graduate departments with which I am affiliated: the Department of Geography, the Department of Anthropology, the Department of Women’s & Gender Studies, or the Bloustein School of Public Policy.
My current graduate advisees include:
Ida Ansharyani, Ph.D candidate, Geography (supervisor)
Hoang Thach, Ph.D. candidate, Geography (supervisor)
Alysse Moldawer, Ph.D candidate, Evolutionary Anthropology (co-supervisor)
Angie Oberg, Ph.D. candidate, Bloustein School of Public Policy (committee member)
Monica Hernandez, Ph.D candidate, Geography (committee member)
David Eisenhauer, Ph.D candidate, Geography (committee member)
Marian Thorpe, Ph.D. candidate, Anthropology (committee member)
Eunsung Lee, Ph.D. awarded from Women and Gender Studies, 2014. Outsider reader.
My previous teaching at Arizona State University included:
SOS 494 Social Dimensions of Climate Change (online course)
Student blogs from my climate change capstone can be found at: mcelweelab.clas.asu.edu