|Virginia Walbot||Professor of Biology||
Our current focus is on maize anther development to understand how cell fate is specified. Ultimately we want to understand how MuDR/Mu transposons of maize switch from a "cut and paste" biochemistry to a net replicative outcome late in the life cycle as cells in anther acquire pre-meiotic fate. We have discovered that frameshift translation is required to produce one form of the transposase.
HERRIN LABS RM 251
(650) 723-2007, (650) 723-2227
|F. Rall Walsh III||Ph.D. Student in Geophysicsemail@example.com|
|Randi Walters||Ph.D. Student in Geophysicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Beibei Wang||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineeringemail@example.com|
|Jennifer Wang||Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources||
Jennifer's research interests address human behaviour change in the context of climate change, with the ultimate aim of shifting normative practices and paradigms within public policy, business, and individual behaviour to effectively account for the impacts and risks of climate change and environmental sustainability.
|Yifan Wang||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
Thermal implementations of linear solver in ADGPRS
|Yinan Wang||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineering||
Evaluating the adequacy of model complexity in the application of rule-based reservoir modeling
|Yixuan Wang||Ph.D. Student in Energy Resources Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael W Wara||University Faculty Law School Assoc Professor||
An expert on energy and environmental law, Michael Wara’s research focuses on climate and electricity policy. His current scholarship lies at the intersection between environmental law, energy law, international relations, atmospheric science, and technology policy.
|Ellen Marguerite Ward||University Student Department of Environmental Earth System Science Graduateemail@example.com|
|Jessica Warren||Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences||
Mantle Processes: shear localization, convection, volatiles, oxidation state, melting and melt transport, global composition of the oceanic mantle.
|Leighton Myles Watson||University Student Department of Geophysics Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Karrie Weaver||Science & Engineering Assoc, Department of Geological Sciences||
|Jeremy Hu-Chin Wei||University Staff Environmental Earth System Science Geobiology Lab Manager|
|Jeremy Weinstein||Associate Professor of Political Science and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies||
ivil war; ethnic politics; political economy of development; Africa
|Paula Welander||Assistant Professor of Earth System Science and by courtesy, of Biology||
Biosynthesis of lipid biomarkers in modern microbes; molecular geomicrobiology; microbial physiology
|John Weyant||Professor (Research) of Management Science and Engineering and Senior Fellow at the Precourt Institute for Energy||
His current research focuses on analysis of global climate change policy options, energy efficiency analysis, energy technology assessment, and models for strategic planning.
Huang Engineering Center
(650) 723-0645, (650) 723-3506
|Richard White||Margaret Byrne Professor of American History||
Richard White is a Pulitzer-Prize nominated historian specializing in the history of the American west, environmental history and Native American history.
BLDG. 200 Rm 31
|Jennifer Wilcox||Assistant Professor of Energy Resources Engineering||
Modeling and measurement of trace metal speciation, i.e., mercury, arsenic, and selenium, released from coal combustion or gasification processes; sorbent design for high-temperature mercury capture; catalytic membrane design for CO2/H2 separation; CO2 sequestration; coal-to-liquid catalyst design.
|Michael V. Wilcox||University Faculty Anthropology Assoc Professor-Teaching||
Professor Wilcox's main research interests include Native American ethnohistory in the American Southwest; the history of Pueblo Peoples in New Mexico; Indigenous Archaeology; ethnic identity and conflict; DNA, race and cultural identity in archaeology and popular culture; and the political and historical relationships between Native Americans, anthropologists and archaeologists.
|Reed Wildman||Joint MS-MBA email@example.com|
|Emily Victoria Williams||Students - Undergraduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Yolanda D. Williams||Grant and Finance Administator, Department of Energy Resources Engineering - Energy Resources Engineering||
|Matthew Winnick||Ph.D. Student in Environmental Earth System Scienceemail@example.com|
|Molly Rose Witter||University Student Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Deborah Wojcik||Associate Director||
Serves as the chief academic staff officer of the E-IPER program and ensures effective management of the program.
Y2E2 Building, Suite 226, 473 Via Ortega
|Mikael D Wolfe||University Faculty History Department Asst Professor||
I am an environmental historian of modern Mexico and Latin America focusing on the history of water control, agrarian reform, hydraulic technology, drought and climate change.
|Uri Wollner||University Student Department of Geophysics Graduateemail@example.com|
|Philip Womble||Ph.D. Student in Environment and Resources||
Philip studies legal and water supply planning strategies that use water markets to help communities and ecosystems adapt to drought and climate change.
|Mandy Wong||Ph.D. Student in Geophysicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Zhi Yang Wong||Masters Student in Energy Resources Engineeringemail@example.com|
|Ying Qi Wong||University Student Department of Geophysics Graduatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Joe Wooden||Research Staff|
|Chester Wrucke||Faculty - Affiliated|
|Michelle Wu||Joint MS-JD email@example.com|
|Wei Wu||Postdoctoral Research fellow, Geophysicsfirstname.lastname@example.org|