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E+D Partners

Penn State Affiliates/Partners

  • Leland Glenna – Ag Econ, Sociology & Education
  • Doug Bird – Anthropology
  • Pep Avilés – Architecture
  • Laia Celma – Architecture
  • Mehrdad Hadighi – Architecture
  • Lisa Iulo – Architecture
  • Rachel Brennan – Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Caitlyn Grady – Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Lauren McPhillips – Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Kendall Mainzer – College of A&A
  • Jim Dillard – Communication Arts & Sciences
  • Andrew High – Communication Arts & Sciences
  • Maryann Bruns – Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Jon Duncan – Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Paola Ferreri – Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Jason Kaye – Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Doug Miller – Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Jack Watson – Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Jeffrey Brownson – Energy & Mineral Engineering
  • Erica Smithwick – Geography
  • Klaus Keller – Geosciences
  • Shirley Clark – Harrisburg
  • Michelle Halsell – The Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE)
  • Meghan Hoskins – The Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE)
  • Odette Mina – The Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE)
  • Tom Richards – The Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE)
  • Andy Warner – The Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE)
  • Mallika Bose – Landscape Architecture
  • Kelleann Foster – Landscape Architecture
  • Marc Miller – Landscape Architecture
  • Ken Davis – Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
  • Natasha Miles – Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
  • Scott Richardson – Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
  • Alan Graefe – Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Management
  • Eric Plutzer – Political Science
  • Hamer Center for Community Design

Penn State Students

  • Mahsa Adib – MS, Landscape Architecture
  • Bailee Bair – BLA-2, Landscape Architecture
  • Luke (Hank) Early – BLA-2, Landscape Architecture
  • Fahimeh Farhadi- Landscape Architecture
  • Lara Garcia – MLA-2, Landscape Architecture
  • Leslie Hendricks – MLA-2, Landscape Architecture
  • Graham Mills – BLA-4, Landscape Architecture
  • JJ Montefour – BLA-4, Landscape Architecture
  • Paula Neder – MS, Landscape Architecture
  • Drew Reisinger – BLA-2, Landscape Architecture
  • Lucy Rummler – MLA-3, Landscape Architecture
  • Le Sun – MLA-2, Landscape Architecture
  • Prahalad Venkateswaran – BLA-1, Landscape Architecture
  • Oscar Wegbreit – BLA-4, Landscape Architecture
  • Abhinandan Bera – Ph.D., Architecture
  • Clarissa Ferreira Albrecht da Silveira – Ph.D., Architecture
  • Nastaran Tebyanian – Ph.D., Architecture

External Partners

  • Stephen Apfelbaum – Applied Ecological Services
  • Chris Barnes – SCAPE
  • Kyle Beilder – Manager, Strategic Planning, and Economic Development – Cranberry Township, PA
  • Keith Bowers – Biohabitats
  • William Braham – University of Pennsylvania
  • Isaac Hametz – Mahan Rykiel
  • Meghan Hazer – City Planner I, Watershed Planning + Partnerships Baltimore City Department of Public Works
  • Mehdi Heris – University of Colorado Denver
  • Kristina Hill – University of California, Berkeley
  • Prakash Mistry – Engineer Supervisor, Research and Innovation, Baltimore City Department of Public Works
  • William Mitsch – Florida Gulf Coat University
  • David Orr – Oberlin College
  • Adam Osterrieder – Assistant Township Manager – Cranberry Township, PA
  • Tom Price – Conservation Design Forum
  • Dan Santoro – Deputy Township Manager – Cranberry Township, PA
  • Pete Sharpe – US National Park Service
  • Alice Sturm – Mahan Rykiel
  • Doug Wilcox – SUNY Brockport
  • Bo Yang – University of Arizona