Meet the E²SHI Associates
E²SHI Associates is a network of experts across Johns Hopkins involved in research and teaching related to environment, energy, sustainability and/or health. The following list is organized by the Associate's last name. You can also search by area of expertise.
Learn more about the support E²SHI provides to Hopkins faculty, staff researcher or instructors.
Urban Planning/Built Environment
Senior Associate, Dept of Environmental Health and Engineering
Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Energy, environment and public health linkages.
- Energy regulation and policy analysis.
- Regional transportation planning and analysis.
- Sustainable cities.
Professor, History of Science & Technology, Krieger School of Arts and Sciencessharon@jhu.edu • Faculty Website
- History of science emphasizing history of ecology and environmentalism in 20th century
Lecturer, Global Environmental Change & Sustainability Program, Dept of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Using an array of qualitative and quantitative methodologies to examine the correlation between environmental sustainability and positive psychology (a.k.a. the “science of happiness”) to foster a mental-health based frame in support of sustainable lifestyles and ecologically responsible behaviors. Among other areas, teaching focuses on environmental ethics, designing sustainable wellness, and climate change adaptation.
Assistant Professor, Carey School of Businessleq@jhu.edu • Faculty Website
- Analyzing urban growth and housing markets.
- Measuring economic activity, the productivity and sustainability enhancing effects of urban infrastructure and different population density structures.
- Neighborhood transitions and its effects on health and sustainability.
- Housing affordability and how that affects location decisions, in which turn have urban sustainability and health impacts on households.
- Sustainable public infrastructure.
Professor, Dept of Civil Engineering
Whiting School of Engineering
- Safety and sustainability of the built environment
Professor, Dept of Environmental Health and Engineering, Whiting School of Engineering
Department of Anthropology, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Director, Minor for Engineering in Sustainabilityericas@jhu.edu • Faculty Website
- Connections between environment and society.
- Corporate culture and strategy, auto industry, electronics industry, mining, and multinational corporations
Schoenberger, E. (2010). "Why is Gold Valuable? Nature, Social Power and the Value of Things." Cultural Geographies, 18(1), pp. 3-24.
Schoenberger, E. (2015). Nature, Choice and Social Power. New York: Routledge.
Program Director and Senior Lecturer, Energy Policy and Climate Program
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Advanced Academic Programs
- Integrated assessment (IA) modeling – energy infrastructure and air quality models: building coupled (meta-models) and using them to better understand the built environment, including: projecting urban/regional energy infrastructure growth and subsequent air pollution and human impact to inform policy support measures.
- Smart grid applications in terms of long-term policy analysis.
- Statistical techniques to expand urban IA models to study regional and global energy systems with their subsequent pollution impact.