Adam Henry

Adam Henry
Professor - School of Government and Public Policy, University of Arizona
Lab Alumnus

Adam Henry is an assistant professor in the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Arizona. His research interests are grounded in sustainability science, which focuses on understanding how we can both protect ecological systems while also promoting human well-being. He is particularly interested in the policy process, and understanding how networks amongst scientists, decision-makers, and other stakeholders can promote more sustainable outcomes. He studies these issues in the context local and regional land use and transportation planning, as well as U.S. climate change policy (a study on the latter is currently being funded by an NSF research grant from the Decision, Risk, and Management Sciences program). Prior to joining the University of Arizona faculty, he spent three years as an assistant professor in the Division of Public Administration at West Virginia University and two years as a fellow in the Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University. Henry completed his Ph.D. at the University of California, Davis, and received a B.A. and B.S. degree from Washington and Lee University.

Current Lab Members

Director

David Lazer
Director

Senior Research Scientist

Briony Swire Thompson
Senior Research Scientist

Project Manager

Janette Briceno
Project Manager

Research Programmer

Luke Horgan
Research Programmer

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Jonathan Green
Post Doctoral Research Fellow

PhD Student

Hanyu Chwe
PhD Student
Adina Gitomer
PhD Student
Syed Arefinul Haque
PhD Student
Stefan McCabe
PhD Student
Hong Qu
PhD Student
Ronald Robertson
PhD Student
Matthew Simonson
PhD Student
Ata A. Uslu Ata A. Uslu
PhD Student