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Dean, College of Liberal Arts, and Professor of Science and Technology Policy
Fields of Expertise:
Science > Energy and Environmental Policy
Science > Environment
Social Sciences > Public Policy
Sustainability > Sustainability Research and Education
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James Winebrake conducts research to determine the environmental impacts of transportation and energy use in society. He applies quantitative models to assess environmental impacts primarily related to air quality and global climate change.
Winebrake is an expert on energy technology, global warming, transportation and energy and environmental policy.
At RIT, he is dean of the College of Liberal Arts and co-director of the Lab for Environmental Computing and Decision Making. Winebrake is also director of the National Parks Service's University-National Park Energy Partnership Program.
Winebrake is the author of The Alternative Energy Reference Book and Dynamic Modeling of Environmental Systems, as well as numerous articles on transportation, energy and the environment.
Winebrake earned his B.S. in Physics from Lafayette College, his M.S. in Technology and Policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. in Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania.