Environmental History, History of Science, Wildlife and Endangered Species, and California
Faculty in Environmental Studies and History Departments
Environmental Communications, Strategic Campaigning, Public Relations and Marketing, Culture Shaping, Environmental Justice and Climate Justice Movements
Lecturer in Environmental Studies and the Bren School
- Bren Hall 4011
Maya Hieroglyphic History, Mesoamerican Art, Experimental Archaeology, Culture Theory, and Indigeneity
Faculty in Chican@ Studies, Anthropology, and History Departments
Political Structures and Dynamics, and Environmental Policy
Faculty in Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
Language and Literacies Across the Disciplines; Narrative Studies; International Education; Science Literacy; Discourse as Collaboration
Faculty in The Gevirtz School of Education
Science Studies, Innovation and Environmental Politics, and Public Policy
Faculty in Global International Studies
I am an environmental data scientist with a background in marine spatial ecology. Prior to founding EcoQuants, I lectured at UC Santa Barbara’s Bren School of Environmental Science & Management (see Training) and now with the Environmental Studies Program. I was the senior analyst for the Ocean Health Index, a research project housed at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis.
Environmental biology and global ecology.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Biological Sciences Depts.
• Ph.D., Rutgers University
- Cell 917-747-3068
Cultural ecology, modernization.
• Faculty in Environmental Studies and Anthropology Depts.
• Ph.D., Oxford University
- Dr. Brokensha passed away in 2017
Environmental History, Western History, History of Science, and Wildlife and Endangered Species History
- Bren 4011 (Floor 4L)
Sustainability Strategy, Goals, and Metrics, Technical Evaluation of Materials and Products, Program Development, and Sustainability Data Development
Owner of Brown and Wilmanns Environmental, LLC
Sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; language and youth; language and race; language, gender, and sexuality; African American English; Chicano English and Spanish; language in California; discourse, cognition, and culture
Faculty in Linguistics.
Ecohydrological Dynamics, Isotope Ecohydrology, Coupled Natural-human Systems
Faculty in the Bren School of Environmental Science & Geography
Director of the Earth Research Institute at UCSB
Soil Sciences, Soil Genesis and Classification, and Advanced Pedology and Geomorphology
Faculty in Environmental Studies and Geography Departments
Political Economy of Globalization, Human Trafficking, Immigrant Women
Faculty in Feminist Studies.
City and Regional Planning, Urban Studies, Global Green Economy, International Development, China, Social Movements and Organized Labor.
Faculty in Global Studies.
Geochemistry, Hydrologic Sciences, Tracer Hydrology and Environmental Geology
Faculty in Environmental Studies and Earth Sciences Departments
Sustainable, Small-scale Agrifood Systems, Plant Breeding, Local and Scientific Knowledge, Climate Change, Nutrition, and Food Sovereignty
Research Professor in Environmental Studies and Department of Geography
Gender and the Environment, Anthropology, Tourism, Environmental Justice and Human Environmental Rights
Lecturer in Environmental Studies and Anthropology Departments
- (805) 893-8988
- Bren Hall 4009
Plant and Ecosystem Ecology, Invasive Species, Species Affects on Ecosystem Processes, and Restoration Ecology.
Faculty in Environmental Studies and EEMB Departments
Mona Damluji is Assistant Professor of Film & Media Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara and a co-convener/co-PI of the UCSB Mellon Sawyer Seminar on Energy Justice in Global Perspective for AY 2018-2019. She is a Peabody and Emmy Award-nominated producer of the short documentary series The Secret Life of Muslims. Her teaching, research and creative work engages underrepresented media histories and cultural studies of oil, cities and infrastructure with a focus on the Middle East and its diasporas.
Environmental and resource economics, public economics.
• Faculty in Economics
• Ph.D., University of Washington
Energy systems and policy analysis; electricity sector planning, operations, and markets; geospatial analysis of energy resources; energy access in developing regions
- Bren 4003