Overall Rating Bronze
Overall Score 32.08
Liaison Theresa Ladrigan-Whelpley
Submission Date June 29, 2023

STARS v2.2

Salve Regina University
AC-9: Research and Scholarship

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 4.85 / 12.00 Craig Condella
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Total number of employees that conduct research:

Number of employees engaged in sustainability research:

Percentage of employees that conduct research that are engaged in sustainability research:

Total number of academic departments that include at least one employee who conducts research:

Number of academic departments that include at least one employee who conducts sustainability research:

Percentage of departments that conduct research that are engaged in sustainability research:

A copy of the inventory of the institution’s sustainability research (upload):

Inventory of the institution’s sustainability research:
Jameson Chace
Biology & CEGS
Addresses local environmental issues with students engagement, including water pollution in Almy Pond, habitat conservation, hydroponics, and bird responses to habitat changes.

Heather Axen
Looking at physiological and genetic responses of insects to climate change.

Tom Arruda
Studies battery materials for large-scale battery storage for renewable energy sources.

Laura O'Toole
Explores the ways in which local food communities operate including issues of access and distribution.

Victoria Gonzalez
Researches issues of immigration and impact on overall sustainability of environments.

Daniel Cowdin
Religious and Theological Studies
Research interests have focused on the intersection of religious, ethical and social issues including how religion and morality connect up with environmental concerns.

Craig Condella
Has been exploring issues of environmental justice especially as it concerns the local Aquidneck island community and student's learning experience in community outreach initiatives.

Adam Whitham
Uses data analytics to explore long-term sustainability of Newport's human and environmental ecosystems.

A brief description of the methodology the institution followed to complete the research inventory:
A survey of faculty and review of their current research agendas.

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