Affiliated Faculty, Global Change & Sustainability Center
Professor (Lecturer), Philosophy
Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts
An Ecosystem Services Approach to Water Resource Conservation: A Course Module that Uses a Social Science Frame to Teach about the Earth.
PI: Ed Barbanell (University of Utah).
Co-PI(s): Meghann Jarcow (University of South Dakota); John Ritter (Wittenberg University).
Science Education Resource Center (SERC),
11/22/2014 - 11/18/2016.
Total project budget to date: $45,000.00
Nugget: InTeGrate Ecosystem Services Module.docx
- Barbanell, E., Jarchow, M., and Ritter, J. (2016) “An Ecosystem Services Approach to Water Resources,” D. Gosselin, ed., InTeGrate’s Earth-focused Modules and Courses Peer Reviewed Collection.
- “Philosophy as Leisure of the Most Vital Kind,” in Just Leisure. Keri Schwab and Daniel Dustin, eds. (Urbana, IL: Sagamore, 2013), pp. 197-202.
- Burian, S. J., Barbanell, E. and Blevins, M. (2011). “Avoiding Another Tower of Babel: Bridging Communication Barriers Among Students and Instructors from Civil Engineering, Humanities, and Other Disciplines in a Multidisciplinary Course” Proceedings for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, June 26 - 29, 2011 Vancouver, BC, Canada.
- Burian, S. J., and Barbanell, E. (2010). “Hydrotopia: Integrating Civil Engineering and Humanities to Teach Water Resources Engineering and Management.” Proceedings for the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, June 20-23, 2010, Louisville, Kentucky. (Awarded the 2011 Glen L. Martin Best Paper Award for the Civil Engineering Division of American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).
- Common-Property Arrangements and Scarce Resources. (Westport, CT: Praeger).
- Encyclopedia of Empiricism. (Westport, CT: Greendwood Press).