Affiliated Faculty Directory

GW Law School
Donna Attanasio is a Professional Lecturer and the Senior Advisor for Energy Law Programs at GW Law. She leads the law school’s Sustainable Energy Initiative and works closely with the Associate Dean Paddock on energy-related aspects of the law school’s environmental and energy law program.
Sustainable Urban Planning
Anthony Gad Bigio is an Adjunct Professor of Urban Climate Change for GW's graduate program on Sustainable Urban Planning, teaching courses on urban resilience and low-carbon cities, as well as a Green Growth Advisor for The Growth Dialogue, a policy program of GW's Business School.
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Joe Cascio is a visiting scholar and co-director of the Environmental and Energy Management Institute (EEMI) at George Washington University. He has over 30 years of experience in environmental management and public policy development; was with IBM from 1970 to 1996 and the Federal Environmental Executive within the Council on Environmental Quality of the Executive Office of the President in 2008-2009.
Environmental Resource Policy Program
Peter Linquiti is the Director of the George Washington University’s Environmental Resource Policy Graduate Program and an Associate Professor on the faculty of  GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration where his research and teaching focus on public policies relating to air quality, climate change, hazardous and solid waste, drinking water, risk assessment, and clean energy technologies.
School of Business
Sanjay Patnaik is an assistant professor in the Department of Strategic Management and Public Policy at the George Washington University School of Business where his main research and teaching interests include among others non-market strategy, global strategy, environmental regulation and political economy. 
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Ekundayo (Dayo) Shittu is an assistant professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at George Washington University. Professor Shittu conducts basic and applied research that take a systems approach to address the different dimensions of decision making under multiple and sequential uncertainties.