Didn’t we just do one of these surveys?
Who is CLUS?
Our rates went up recently, will this cause them to go up more?
What happens if not enough people respond to this survey?
Why is this happening?
How much will all of this cost?
I heard the problem with the sewer is leaking pipes, why not just fix these and let the plant alone?
What is LVMA doing to ensure that the project isn’t any more expensive than it needs to be?
Dorlisa Minnick, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Social Work & Gerontology
B.A. in Social Work from Shippensburg University
M.S.W. from S.U.N.Y. – Stony Brook
Ph.D. in Social Work from The Catholic University of America
Dr. Dorlisa Minnick believes social and environmental justice is inextricably tied together in order to build sustainable communities. She has experience in designing, implementing, and disseminating results from community assessments focused on the social environments of marginalized populations. She has co-led training to increase community organizing capacity of Science Festival Alliance membership in their efforts to make science accessible in their local communities.
- Tel: 717-477-1785
- Location: College of Education & Human Services
Claire Jantz, Ph.D. – Director
Professor, Department of Geography-Earth Science
B.A. in College Scholars from University of Tennessee
M.A. in Geography from University of Maryland
Ph.D. in Geography from University of Maryland
Dr. Claire Jantz is the Director of the CLUS. She has extensive expertise in land use and land cover change analysis and modeling, and interdisciplinary research. Dr. Jantz has particular expertise within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, the Delaware River Basin, and the Delmarva Peninsula. She has participated in several collaborative research efforts funded by NASA, Maryland SeaGrant, NPS, and the William Penn Foundation.
Project Manager, Department of Geography-Earth Science
H.B.S. in Biology from University of Utah
Antonia received an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Utah, with Undergraduate Research Scholar designation. As Project Manager for the Center for Land Use and Sustainability, she oversees various research initiatives and leads communication efforts. Antonia has a background in community outreach and science education, and enjoys communicating science to diverse audiences.
- Tel: (717) 477-1519
- Location: College of Arts & Sciences