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Adam Millard-Ball joined the University of California-Santa Cruz in 2012 as an assistant professor in the Environmental Studies Department. Previously, he was an assistant professor at McGill University, Montreal. Before beginning his PhD at E-IPER, Adam spent eight years as an urban planner, researcher and journalist, specializing in programs to reduce traffic and automobile dependence.
Adam's research on environmental policy and transportation is interdisciplinary, and spans the fields of environmental economics, transportation, urban planning and environmental studies. His current projects focus on city-level climate change policy, the design of carbon offset programs, future patterns of travel demand, and transportation policy. For more details, visit his website.
E-IPER gives you the freedom to take advantage of the incredible resources across all Stanford departments, without the constraints of a single discipline. There is also a huge amount of support from the other students— you have a real sense of E-IPER community.
Adam taught classes in environmental economics and policy, and urban sustainability and received a Centennial Teaching Assistant award while at Stanford.
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