2012-2013 Resident Fellows

Joe Champ

Joe Champ
Associate Professor, Department of Journalism and Media Communication, Colorado State University

Dr. Joe Champ has experience as a television journalist, weekly newspaper writer and photographer. Dr. Champ focuses on communication theory and qualitative research methods, media, and the human relationship to nature. His recent focus has been summarizing research findings on the evolving attitudes of fish and wildlife in Montana, and the evolution of Montana's resource usage and preservation.

Eugene Chen

Eugene Chen
Professor, Department of Chemistry, Colorado State University
Adjunct Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University

Dr. Chen is focused on accelerating progress in chemical science research for sustainability through international collaborations and to educate next-generation scientists enabling them to engage more effectively in interdisciplinary research for sustainability through development of a new course, Chemistry of Sustainability.

Robert Duffy

Robert Duffy
Professor, Department of Political Science, Colorado State University

Dr. Duffy's courses include U.S. Environmental Policy and the Politics of Organized Interests.  His research has focused on a variety of environmental and energy issues, as well as the role of organized interests in federal elections. Current projects include a book on integrating energy, climate, and air pollution policies in the U.S.