Robert Askins, Katherine Blunt Professor Emeritus of Biology: An animal ecologist and ornithologist whose research focused on ecology and conservation of migratory birds in both their temperate-zone breeding areas and their tropical wintering areas

Anne Bernhard, Associate Professor of Biology: A biologist who is interested in the role of microbes in marine and estuarine ecosystems, and their interactions with other organisms as well as with their environment

Rachel Black, Assistant Professor of Anthropology  

Wendy Blake-Coleman ’75, Geospatial Program Manager at the US Environmental Protection Agency

Margaret Bounds, Director of Sustainability at Connecticut College 

Beverly Chomiak, Senior Lecturer in Geology and Environmental Studies with special interests in high-grade metamorphic rocks and metamorphosed ore deposits, particularly stratabound and volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits

Jeffrey Cole, Dean of the Faculty, and Profesor of Anthropology: Cole explores the movement of people and products, with a geographical focus on Europe, specializing in migration, race and ethnicity, food and agriculture and work

John Cook, Managing Director, Eastern Region, The Nature Conservancy

Maria Cruz-Saco, Professor of Economics: an economist specializing in open macro and development economics, social protection systems in Latin America, as well as migration and remittances.

Andrew N. Davis Ph.D., is a partner at Shipman & Goodwin, in the firm's Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use Practice Group.  He counsels clients in transactional, permitting, compliance and enforcement matters under federal and state health and safety, hazardous waste, air and water pollution, site development and property transfer laws

Jane Dawson, Professor of Government: A political scientist who is currently examining how environmentalism may be linked to a variety of subgroup identities across a broad spectrum of political settings and the implications of this linkage for the achievement of domestic and international environmental policy objectives

Glenn Dreyer, Charles and Sarah P. Becker '27 Arboretum Director Emeritus: A botanist who has interests in the interface between ecology and horticulture

Michele Fitzpatrick, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physics 

Julia Flagg, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies

David Foster ’77, Harvard Forest Director, Harvard University

William Frasure, Professor of Government: A political scientist interested in the political behavior of public and private interest groups, businesses and government agencies as they interact on environmental issues

Anthony Graesch, Associate Professor of Anthropology: an anthropologist who examines discard behavior and contemporary waste streams with archaeological and ethnographic methods

Pam Hine, Senior Lecturer in Botany with special interests in environmental education, Hine has research experience in pollination ecology and tidal marsh ecology

Chad Jones, Associate Professor of Botany with special interests in plant ecology, plant succession, invasive species, GIS and ecological modeling

Linda Lear ’62, Environmental Historian and Connecticut College Board of Trustees, retired

Ralph Lewis, Professor of Physics (adjunct) and Connecticut State Geologist Emeritus

Manuel Lizarralde, Associate Professor of Ethnobiology: An ethnobotanist whose research focuses on indigenous peoples knowledge and use of rainforest plants, indigenous rights and live histories

Edward Monahan, Connecticut Sea Grant Program Director, retired

Karina Mrakovcich, United States Coast Guard Academy, Marine Science Section Chief, whose current research interests are the areas of fisheries and ecosystem management, fishing vessel safety, ocean literacy, and scholarship of teaching and learning

Michelle Neely, Assistant Professor of English with research and teaching focuses on questions of nature, culture and democracy in American literature before 1900.

Maggie Redfern, Assistant Director, Connecticut College Arboretum

Maria Rosa, Professor of Biology

Miles Sax, Charles and Sarah P. Becker ’27 Arboretum Director 

Joseph Schroeder, Associate Professor of Physchology, Director of the Behavioral Neuroscience Program

Peter Siver, Professor of Botany: A limnologist/phycologist who studies the current and historic ecology of lakes and ponds using techniques from electron microscopy to geographic information systems

Tiffany Smythe, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Maritime Policy, Strategy and Governance, United States Coast Guard Academy. Smythe is a social scientist specializing in marine environmental policy. Focus areas include ocean governance; offshore renewable energy; marine spatial planning; and coastal climate resilience

Rachel Spicer, Assistant Professor of Botany with special interest in the biology of trees, shrubs and lianas – anything with a large woody stem – and includes projects on how woody stems develop, age, and transport water to the leaves

Douglas Thompson, Rosemary Park Professor of Physics, Astronomy, and Geophysics: A geologist whose special interests are geomorphology, hydrology and natural hazards

Derek Turner, Associate Professor of Philosophy: A philosopher whose research interests lie in philosophy of biology, especially in natural history, evolutionary biology, systematics, and biological teleology

Suffia Udin, Professor of Religious Studies

Eric Vukicevich, Visiting Assistant Professor of Sustainable Agriculture, and SPROUT

Marc Zimmer, Professor of Chemistry: A computational/inorganic chemist who is studying the molecular basis of bacterial methane production and fertilizer breakdown by nitrogen volitization