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USEFUL LINKS

1. PROJECT WIKI: Multi-Campus Environmental Research and Media Collaboration: https://wiki.rit.edu/display/ritintlcollaboration/Multi-Campus+Environmental+Research+and+Media+Collaboration
2. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: RIT KOSOVO (AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN KOSOVO) Environmental Policy Annotated Bibliography with Professor Michael Waschak: https://wiki.rit.edu/display/0508484022122/Home
3. COLLABORATORS  PAGE: Collaborators Page. Information about the faculty and campuses involved in the project.

Guide Notes: To create order on our collective and individual pages within our wiki we will begin to use the wikipedia guidelines as a general help. Those guidelines are available here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Wikipedia_guidelines


RIT ROCHESTER

One Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY 14623-5603
Telephone: 585-475-241
http://www.rit.edu/

Administration RIT ROCHESTER

Bill Destler, Ph.D.

bill.destler@rit.edu
Position: President

Jeremy Haefner, Ph.D.

jahpro@rit.edu
Position: Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost

James Myers, Ph.D.

jamisr@rit.edu
Position: Associate Provost of International Education and Global Programs

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Faculty RIT ROCHESTER

Deborah Blizzard, Ph.D.

dlbgsh@rit.edu
Position: Department Chair and Professor
Department: Department of Science, Technology, and Society/Public Policy

Courses taught:

0508-211 Science, Technology and Values :: Taken from page 106 RIT course catalog (+)

This course explores the concepts and effects of science and technology in society, analyzes the relationship between science and technology, examines how each has come to play a major role today, and looks at how science and technology have affected and been affected by our values. This course also considers the environmental aspects of science and technology.Science and technology are often assumed to be value free, yet people, guided by individual and societal values, develop the science and technology.In turn, the choices people make among the opportunities provided by science and technology are guided by their individual values.This course fulfills a humanities core requirement.


0508-445 Biomedical Issues: Science and Technology :: Taken from page 107 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course is a study of the impact of science and technology on life, our view of life and of the value issues that arise from this impact . Part of the science and technology studies concentration; the science, technology and society minor; the science, technology, and policy minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered occasionally).


0508-451 Cyborg Theory: (Re)Thinking the Human Experience ::Taken from page 107 RIT course catalog  (+)

The developing cybernetic organism or ‘cyborg’ challenges traditional concepts of what it means to be human . Today medical science and science fiction appear to merge in ways unimagined a century ago . By exploring scientific and cultural theories, science fiction, and public experience, this class examines the history and potential of the cyborg in Western cultures . Part of the science and technology studies concentration; the science, technology and society minor; the science technology and society minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually).


0508-452 Gender, Science and Technology :: Taken from page 107 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course explores the importance of gender within Western science and technology . It considers how masculine and feminine identities are socially and culturally shaped, how sex and gender are being significantly transformed, and how rethinking gendered practices may help make science and technology fairer and more responsive . Part of the science and technology studies concentration; the science, technology and society minor; the women and gender studies concentration and minor; and may also be taken as an elective. Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually).

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Franz Foltz, Ph.D.

franz.foltz@rit.edu
Position: Associate Professor
Department: Department of Science, Technology, and Society/Public Policy

Courses taught:

0508-211 Science, Technology and Values ::Taken from page 107 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course explores the concepts and effects of science and technology in society, analyzes the relationship between science and technology, examines how each has come to play a major role today, and looks at how science and technology have affected and been affected by our values. This course also
considers the environmental aspects of science and technology.Science and technology are often assumed to be value free, yet people, guided by individual
and societal values, develop the science and technology.In turn, the choices people make among the opportunities provided by science and technology are
guided by their individual values.This course fulfills a humanities core requirement.


0508-441 Science and Technology Policy ::Taken from page 107 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course examines how local, state, federal and international policies are developed to influence innovation, the transfer of technology and industrial productivity in the United States and other selected nations . Required course for the public policy and environmental science degree programs . Part of the science and technology studies concentration; the science, technology, and policy minor; the science, technology and society minor; the public policy concentration and minor; the sustainable product development minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually.


0508-482 Energy and the Environment ::Taken from page 108 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course will examine contemporary energy issues, with particular emphasis placed on the environmental implications associated with energy consumption and production . Students will learn about various energy technologies and fuels (including nuclear, coal, oil, natural gas, solar, biomass, and wind) and the environmental tradeoffs associated with each of these energy systems . Part of the environmental studies concentration and minor; the science, technology, and policy minor; the sustainable product development minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually).


508-484 Environmental Policy ::Taken from page 108 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course introduces students to the environmental policy-making process. Students identify the consequences of major environmental legislation and regulations and examine the actions of both citizens and the corporate sector as they comply with these laws . They also focus on the economic and social implications and value of environmental regulation and enforcement and
identify current developments in the area . Part of the environmental studies concentration and minor; the legal studies minor; the public policy and American politics concentrations and minors; the political science minor; the
sustainable product development minor; and may also be taken as an elective. Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually).


0521-400 Foundations of Public Policy ::Taken from page 124 RIT course catalog  (+)

This interdisciplinary course will introduce the student to the concept of public policy, the policy making process, the role of stakeholders and interest groups, and the basic dimensions of quantitative and qualitative policy analysis . A range of public policy issues, such as environmental policy, science and technology policy, and information and communications policy will be explored . Required course for the undergraduate public policy curriculum . Part of the public policy concentration and minor; the science, technology and policy minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually).


0521-451 Energy Policy ::Taken from page 125 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course provides an overview of energy resources, technologies, and policies designed to ensure clean, stable supplies of energy for the future . The course evaluates the impacts of fossil fuel, renewable energy, and hydrogen technologies on society and how public policies can be used to influence their development . The development of U .S . energy policy is of particular concern, although a global perspective will be integrated throughout the course . Part of the public policy concentration and minor; the environmental studies concentration and minor; the science and technology studies concentration; the science, technology and society minor; the science technology and policy minor; and the sustainable product development minor . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered biannually).


0508-460 Environment and Society ::Taken from page 107 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course introduces the interdisciplinary foundations of environmental science via an analysis of sustainability . It will consist of one lecture and one lab per week . Labs will emphasize non-classroom based learning activities such as field trips . Initial course for the environmental science degree program . Required course for the public policy degree program . Part of the environmental studies concentration and minor; the science, technology, and society minor; the sustainable product development minor; the environmental modeling minor; the environmental science minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 2, Lab 4, Credit 4 (offered twice annually).

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William A. Johnson, Jr.

wajgpt@rit.edu
Position: Distinguished Professor
Department: Department of Science, Technology and Society/Public Policy & Department of Sociology/Anthropology

Courses taught:

0521-210 Introduction to Public Policy ::Taken from page 122 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course provides students with an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of public policy . The course will introduce students to the fundamental theories, concepts, and models of public policymaking, with an emphasis on policy formation, adoption, implementation and evaluation . Policy issues will be discussed in a range of contexts, including: health policy, environmental policy, defense policy, energy policy, and technology policy, among others. May be taken as an additional general education course . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered annually).


0515-413 Politics and Planning; Urban Planning and Policy ::Taken from page 123 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course will examine the sociological and political implications of policies and planning decisions that have impacted the growth patterns of American cities and suburbs in the post-World War II era . Particular emphasis will be given to land use decisions that have favored suburbs over cities, the loss of tax base which impacted these cities’ ability to perform basic functions for their citizens, and the adverse impact of federal and state government policies and programs on the functionality of urban areas and the efficiency of local governments . Students will examine case studies on urban development, and conduct field research on governmental structures and policies that will enable them to develop alternative strategies and policies . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered occasionally).

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Christine Keiner, Ph.D.

cmkgsh@rit.edu
Position: Associate Professor
Department:Department of Science, Technology, and Society/Public Policy

Courses taught:

0508-489 History of the Environmental Sciences ::Taken from page 108 RIT course catalog  (+)

This course surveys the history of the environmental sciences from antiquity to the present . The environmental sciences include those sciences that deal with the earth’s physical and organic environments, ranging from geology and biology to evolutionary theory and ecology . A prominent theme is the influence of social, religious, and political ideas on theories of how the earth and its plants and animals have evolved . Part of the environmental studiesconcentration and minor; the historical perspectives on science and technology minor; and may also be taken as an elective . Class 4, Credit 4 (offered occasionally).

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Eric Hittinger

eshgpt@rit.edu
Position: Assistant Professor

Courses taught:

Quantitative Policy Analysis 1 (0521-402) & 2 (0521-403) and Energy Policy (0521-451)

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Lance Cooper

lrcgpt@rit.edu
Position: Professor

Courses taught:

Environmental Policy (0508-484) and Intro to Environmental Studies (0508-212)

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RIT CROATIA (ACMT)

Dubrovnik, Don Frana Bulica 6 - Zagreb, Ilica 242 
Telephone: + 385 (0)20 433 000, 385 (0)1 643 9100
http://www.acmt.hr/

Administration RIT CROATIA (ACMT)

Larisa Buhin Loncar, Ph.D.

larisa@acmt.hr
Position: Associate Dean for Academic Affairs - Dubrovnik Campus

Shawn Sturgeon, Ph.D.

shawn@acmt.hr
Position: Associate Dean for Academic Affairs - Zagreb Campus

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Faculty RIT CROATIA (ACMT)

Staša Puškaric, Ph.D.

stasa@acmt.hr
Position:Professor
Department:

Courses taught:

006-559 Environmental Science I :: Taken from page ACMT course catalog  (+)
006-559 Environmental Science II ::Taken from page ACMT course catalog  (+)

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RIT KOSOVO (AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN KOSOVO)

The RIT campus in Kosovo is located on the outskirts of the capital city of Pristina. The Undergraduate Student population is made up of about 635 students. The American University in Kosovo was founded in 2003.  

Germia Campus Nazim Gafurri 21 10,000 Prishtina-Republic of Kosovo
Contact Telephones: + 381 (0) 38 608 608 Fax: +381 (0) 38 608 024
E-mail: info@aukonline.org

Administration RIT KOSOVO (AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN KOSOVO)

Brian H. Bowen, Ph.D.

bbowen@aukonline.org
Position: Vice President AUK-RIT Academic Affairs
Department: Department of Public Policy & Governance

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Faculty RIT KOSOVO (AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN KOSOVO)

Daniel Cosentino, MFA

dcosentino@aukonline.org
Position:Professor and Department Chair
Department: Department of Media, Science, and Technology

Courses taught:

Managing Media Presentations (3088-477), Photo Imaging with Computers I (3088-381), Effective Web Design I (3088-398), Photo Imaging with Computers II, Effective Web Design II

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Michael Waschak, Ph.D.

mwaschak@aukonline.org
Position:Professor and Department Chair
Department: Department of Public Policy & Governance

Courses taught:

Environmental Policy (0508-484), Science and Technology Policy (0508-441), Introduction to Qualitative Policy Analysis, Energy Policy, Policy Analysis I

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Driart Elshani, Ph.D.

delshani@aukonline.org
Position:Professor
Department:Department of Information Technology

Courses taught:

Introduction to Multimedia (4002-320), Programming for IT I (4002-217), Programming for IT II (4002-218), Web Server Side Programming (4002-539), Programming for IT III (4002-219)

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Blerim Rexha, Ph.D.

brexha@aukonline.org
Position:Professor
Department:Department of Information Technology

Courses taught/course numbers:

SOHO Networking (4050-210), Web Client Side Programming (4002-536)

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Ermir Rogova, Ph.D.

erugova@aukonline.org
Position: Professor
Department:Department of Information Technology

Courses taught:

Intro to Database Modeling (4002-360), Web Client Side Programming (4002-536), Computer System Fundamentals (4050-350)

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References

 Contributors Summary
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GONXHE AMULA 6200
Daniel Cosentino 3600
Michael Waschak 100

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