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Ph.D., Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech, 2009
M.S., Forestry, Auburn University, 2005
- B.A., Government, University of Virginia, 2000
Andrew Predmore is the Director of Sustainability at Indiana University, where he is responsible for cultivating the 2020 Transitions Lab (IU's take on the national living-learning laboraty model for sustainability teaching and learning). The Transitions Lab fosters collaboration between university operations, academics, and the Hoosier community to accelerate student learning and sustainability. At IU, Predmore teaches a course in sustainability research methods for the 2020 Sustainability Scholars program, which involves freshmen and sophomores in research on sustainability.
Prior to joining the IU Office of Sustainability, Predmore was an assistant professor of environmental studies at University of Illinois Springfield, where he taught courses in natural resource policy and administration, environmental communication, and environmental ethics. Predmore's research is focused on interdisciplinary teams and leadership in natural resource management, environmental planning on federal lands, the science-policy interface, and sustainability pedagogy.
Technical Publications as Graduate Class Projects: Advantages and Potential Disadvantages, Innovative Higher Education, 41(1), 19-31, 2016. With C.A. Copenheaver, N.E. Fuhrman.
- The importance of team functioning to natural resource planning outcomes, Journal of Environmental Management, 106, 30-39, 2012.
- Perceptions of legally mandated public involvement processes in the U.S. Forest Service, Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 24, 12, 2011.
- Director, Indiana University Office of Sustainability