Calkins’ paper details the U.S. Forest Service's attempt to strike a balance between timber harvesting and ecosystem management, and how that attempt has caused an overall decline in the agency's public value.
Dr. Steve Hankey’s dissertation research described cyclists' and pedestrians' exposure to particulate air pollution using measurements from a mobile, bicycle-based sampling platform. Dr. David Bieri’s research and teaching interests are at the intersection of public finance and economic geography and his research examines spatial features of credit flows and local economic development,
Dr. Sara Jordan studies the application of research ethics to policies and programs pertinent to Big Data governance and oversight, and ethics in public affairs. Dr. Susan Sterett is a scholar of in law and social welfare, feminist theory, and sociolegal studies and disaster.