John Callaway received his PhD in Oceanography and Coastal Sciences from Louisiana State University in 1994. Prior to his position at USF, John was the Associate Director of the Pacific Estuarine Research Laboratory (PERL) at San Diego State University. At USF, Professor teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in introductory environmental science, applied ecology, wetlands, and restoration ecology. His research expertise is in wetland restoration, specifically wetland plant ecology and...
PhD, Louisiana State University, 1994
Wetland restoration, Wetland plant ecology and sediment dynamics
Professor Jim Williams is a global thought leader in the area of low-carbon energy systems. At USF his focus is on developing a new generation of energy professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to have rewarding careers in sustainably meeting society’s energy needs. Prof. Williams was formerly chief scientist at Energy and Environmental Economics (E3), where he consulted on many aspects of energy technology, planning, and regulation for government, utility, and industry clients. His...
PhD, Energy and Resources, University of California, Berkeley, MS, Energy and Resources, University of California, Berkeley, BS, Physics, Washington & Lee University
Energy technology, planning, and regulation, Low carbon energy systems, Climate change science and policy