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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2018-2020 Administration, Centers, and Faculty Associated Faculty  

Associated Faculty

Neal R. Boyd,
Professor of Health Education and Behavioral Science, School of Public Health
Teaching and research interests include smoking cessation, tobacco control, biomarker feedback, and risk reduction.

Robert Kopp, Assistant Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, and Associate Director, Rutgers Energy Institute, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Teaching and research interests include past states of the Earth system and modeling future global change; assessments of the effects of policy on energy, economic, and climate systems.

Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Associate Professor, School of Social Work
Teaching and research interests include child and family policy, poverty and inequality, and health disparities.

Karen O'Neill, Associate Professor, Department of Human Ecology, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Teaching and research interests include environmental policy; U.S. history; political sociology; comparative and historical sociology; environmental justice; and environmental sociology.

Edward Ramsamy, Chair and Associate Professor, Africana Studies, Rutgers University
Teaching and research interests include international development planning; geographies of globalization; political economy of transition; nation-building in post-colonial/developing societies; comparative politics of identity and race relations in South Africa and the United States.

Mark Robson, Professor and Extension Specialist in Entomology, Dean of Agricultural and Urban Programs, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Teaching and research interests include exposure science and pesticide use, primarily in developing countries and on a global scale; risk assessment processes as they relate to public health and health policy.

Rachael Shwom, Assistant Professor, Department of Human Ecology, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Teaching and research interests include energy efficiency policy; reducing greenhouse gas emissions; formation of public opinions on climate change; and media's coverage of climate change.

Olivia Wackowski, Assistant Professor of Health Education and Behavioral Science, School of Public Health
Teaching and research interests include tobacco control; behavioral surveillance; epidemiology; risk perceptions; and health communication.

 
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