Daniel Sherman

Dan Sherman

Professor, Environmental Policy and Decision Making

Dan Sherman, director of the Sound Policy Institute, has research interests in the areas of sustainability, environmental science, and U.S. environmental law and policy. He is co-authoring an undergraduate textbook on environmental science and sustainability with W.W. Norton press. He is author of the book Not Here, Not There, Not Anywhere: Local Opposition and the Politics of Low-level Radioactive Waste Disposal (RFF Press, 2011), and many articles on hazardous waste cleanup, citizen activism, and sustainability in higher education. Sherman teaches courses that focus on the environment and its relation to politics and society.

Education
BA Canisius College 1995
BA Victoria University Wellington 1996
MA Colorado State University 1999
MA Cornell College 2002
Ph.D Cornell College 2004
Class
Intro to the Environment ENVR 200-A 2218
U.S. Enviro Law Fundamentals ENVR 210-A 2218
ENVR Policy Tools & Topics ENVR 201-A 2224
Humans, Nature, Environment SSI2 114-B 2224

Contact Information

Thompson 210
email dsherman@pugetsound.edu