Shana S. Weber

Shana S. Weber

Shana Weber, Director of the Office of Sustainability
Director, Office of Sustainability
Office: MacMillan Annex
Phone: 609-258-1518

Dr. Shana Weber is the founding director of Princeton's Office of Sustainability and has advanced University-wide partnerships in comprehensive sustainable programs and systems implementation since 2006. Applying her research and administrative experience, she actively engages campus operational and academic systems in cultivating an ethos of sustainability in service to local and global communities. Dr. Weber’s past research areas include the intersection of climate change impacts and land use history. Current research interests include climate-change driven population dynamics of the American pika (Ochotona princeps), and collaborative applied sustainability research across academic institutions. Prior to joining Princeton University she was a founding director and faculty member for the Santa Clara University Environmental Studies Institute, and producer for a nationally-syndicated environmental radio talk show. Weber serves as  past President and current CSO for the NJ Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability, Board member for the municipal non-profit Sustainable Princeton, Advisory Council member for the national Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, as executive sponsor for the NE Campus Sustainability Consortium, and co-founder of the Ivy+ Sustainability Consortium - Sustainability Operations Action Research (SOAR) collaborative. Dr. Weber received her BS in Zoology from the Ohio State University, and MSES and Ph.D in Environmental Science from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Bloomington. External website: www.shanaweber.com.

Princeton Sustainability Committee Role:
Co-Chair
Steering Council Role:
Secretary
Home Department Title:
Director, Office of Sustainability