Carolina Environmental Faculty


Michael Aitken Michael Aitken
Professor and Chair, Environmental Sciences and Engineering,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: 919.966.1024
Email: mike_aitken(at)
Expertise: Microbial processes for waste treatment

Marc Alperin Marc Alperin
Associate Professor, Marine Sciences,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 962-5184
Email: alperin(at)
Expertise: Chemical oceanography

Richard Andrews Richard Andrews
Professor Emeritus, City and Regional Planning, Institute for the Environment, Public Policy,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 843-5011
Email: pete_andrews(at)
Expertise: Environmental and energy policy, policy instruments and incentives

  Stephen Arbogast
Lecturer, Kenan-Flagler Business School,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: 713-898-2636
Expertise: Energy project finance

David Ardia David Ardia
Assistant Professor of Law, School of Law,
Co-Director, Center for Media Law and Policy,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: 919-962-8955
Email: ardia(at)

Carol Arnosti Carol Arnosti
Associate Department Chair, Marine Sciences,
Professor, Marine Sciences,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 962-5754
Email: arnosti(at)
Expertise: My research focuses on carbon cycling by microbial communities in the water column and in aquatic sediments. I am interested in the relationships between the chemical structure of a substrate and the rate and pathways by which the substrate is degraded by bacteria.

Sarav Arunachalam Sarav Arunachalam
Research Associate Professor, Center for Environmental Modeling for Policy Development,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: 919.966.2126
Email: sarav(at)

Emissions, Air Quality modeling, Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols, Health Risk Estimation, Aircraft Emissions, Near-Road Emissions, Near-Port Emissions

Christy Avery Christy Avery
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: 919-966-4312
Email: christy_avery(at)
Expertise: Cardiovascular disease epidemiology with specific areas related to heart failure, genetic epidemiology, and environmental health. Methods to assess the burden of cardiovascular diseases in diverse populations.

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