Location

EnvS-WR

Environmental Science & Water Resources
envs@uidaho.edu
phone: (208) 885-6113
fax: (208) 885-4674
office: Morrill Hall Room 216

Mailing:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3006
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3006

EnvS Faculty - Social Science

Katherine Aiken
Katherine Aiken
Provost and Professor of History
Katherine Aiken, Provost and Executive Vice President of the University of Idaho is a professor of history with an emphasis in social and cultural history, women and labor.
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 Kodjotse Afatchao
Romuald K. Afatchao, Ph.D.
Associate Director
Dr. Romuald K. Afatchao, Associate Director of the Martin Institute and Program in International Studies. His interests include International development, International Environmental Law and policy, climate change, poverty and development.
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Rula Awwad-Rafferty
Professor
Focus: Environment and behavior interaction, factors affecting quality of life in the built environment: physical, cultural, social, and psychological, and Culture and resettlement: resettlement of cultural groups, elderly, health care applications, and military
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Barbara Cosens
Professor of Law
Courses Taught: Interdisciplinary Methods in Water Resources; Law and Science Seminar, Water Law I & II, Water and Energy Policy Seminar, Writing the Environment
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Stephen R. Drown
Professor; Chair
Focus: Design Theory, Design Development, Graphics, Professional Practice
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Levan Elbakidze
Levan Elbakidze
Assistant Professor

(208) 885-7382 | lelbakidze@uidaho.edu
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Brian Ellison
Brian Ellison
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Patrick Gillham
Patrick Gillham
Associate Professor
Patrick Gillham is an assistant professor of Sociology. His areas of interest are: Political Sociology, Social and Environmental Conflict, Social Movements, Globalization, and Social Control of Political Dissent.
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Dale Goble
Dale D. Goble
University Distinguished Professor and Margaret Wilson Schimke Distinguished Professor of Law
Courses taught: Legal History, Natural Resources Law, Natural Resources Seminar, Publics Land Law, Torts
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James A. Gregson
Associate Dean and Professor
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Bruce Haglund
Bruce Haglund
Professor
Research Areas: Environmental technologies (heating, cooling, lighting, acoustics, water use); Passive solar heating and cooling; Natural lighting; Architectural design; Green architecture; Computer applications; Historic preservation; Vernacular architecture; Small town revitalization; Sustainable urban design issues; English green architecture
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Emeritus Professor Charles Harris
Charles Harris
Professor of Environmental Policy, Planning & Management
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Higgins, Lorie
Lorie Higgins
Extension Specialist, Associate Professor

(208) 885-9717 | higgins@uidaho.edu
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Leotina Hormel
Leontina M. Hormel, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Leontina Hormel is an associate professor of Sociology. Her areas of research and teaching include political economy, social inequalities, international development and research methods. She has conducted ethnographic and survey work in Ukraine, the Russian Federation, and throughout the state of Idaho.
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Xiao Hu
Xiao Hu
Associate Professor
Research Areas: Urban and community design; Cultural, social and political representations of architecture; Spatial identity; non-Western architectural philosophies and history; Sustainable design; Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural learning
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Douglas Lind
Douglas Lind
Professor of Philosophy
Douglas Lind is a professor and department chair at the University of Idaho. His areas of research & teaching are: Philosophy of Law, Wittgenstein, Pragmatism, Environmental Philosophy, and Ethics.
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Anne Liu Kern
Anne Liu Kern, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Advanced Studies
Research interests: Science teaching and learning; science knowledge development; STEM integration for science understanding; integration of Indigenous knowledge and cultural relevance with western STEM. Plus Cooperative learning and team functioning in STEM disciplines.
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John Lawrence
John Lawrence, Ph.D.
Professor of Business
Ph.D. 1993 Penn State University
Areas of Expertise:quality management, business/environmental sustainability, and case research methods.
Office: ALB215 | Phone: (208) 885-5821 | Email: jjl@uidaho.edu
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Brant G. Miller, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Science Education
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Nick Sanyal
Nick Sanyal
Associate Professor
Areas of specialization: Directing scholarship on and learning about the wildlands, communities and institutions necessary for the use, enjoyment, understanding and conservation of our natural resources; The Academic Advising- Service Learning-Teaching interface; Conservation planning; human dimensions of fish and wildlife management.
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Manoj K. Shrestha
Manoj K. Shrestha
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Manoj K. Shrestha is an assistant professor of public administration and policy. His areas of teaching and research interests include public administration, public policy, local government, collaborative governance and networks, institutional collective action, and community sustainability.
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Adam Soward
Adam Sowards, Ph.D.
Associate Professor; Director, Institute for Pacific Northwest Studies
Adam M. Sowards is an environmental historian who focuses on North America, especially the West, and is affiliate faculty with Environmental Science, Water Resources and American Studies.
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Philip Watson
Philip Watson
Assistant Professor

(208) 885-6934 | pwatson@uidaho.edu
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Conservation Social Sciences associate professor Patrick Wilson
Patrick Wilson
Associate Professor; Interim Department Head
Patrick Wilson's research interests include natural resource policy and politics, and comparative public policy; politics of species conservation, tribal government management of natural resources, and water policy and politics.
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J.D Wulfhorst
J.D. Wulfhorst
Professor

(208) 230-7333 | jd@uidaho.edu
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