Overall Rating Bronze
Overall Score 38.83
Liaison James Vollrath
Submission Date Dec. 16, 2019
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Texas State University, San Marcos
AC-9: Research and Scholarship

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 5.88 / 12.00 James Vollrath
Director
Office of Sustainability
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Total number of the institution’s faculty and/or staff that are engaged in research (headcount):
1,000

Number of the institution’s faculty and/or staff that are engaged in sustainability research (headcount):
27

Percentage of the institution's faculty and staff researchers that are engaged in sustainability research :
2.70

Total number of academic departments (or the equivalent) that include at least one faculty or staff member that conducts research:
10

Number of academic departments (or the equivalent) that include at least one faculty or staff member that conducts sustainability research:
6

Percentage of research-producing departments that are engaged in sustainability research:
60

A copy of the institution’s inventory of its sustainability research that includes names and department affiliations of faculty and staff engaged in sustainability research:
The institution’s inventory of its sustainability research that includes names and department affiliations of faculty and staff engaged in sustainability research:

Hustvedt, Gwendolyn, Family and Consumer Sciences, Does Science Matter to Sustainability in Higher Education? The Role of Millennial College Student's Attitudes Toward Science in Sustainable Consumption
Hustvedt, Gwendolyn, Family and Consumer Sciences, Commentary: The Route to Water Security for Texas: The 2015-2016 Texas Water Roadmap Forums
Hustvedt, Gwendolyn, Family and Consumer Sciences, Sustainable Water Consumption: the Perspective of Hispanic Consumers
Kang, Jiyun, Family and Consumer Sciences, Sustainable Water Consumption: Hispanic Consumers' Water Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors

Fox, Corey, Management Sustainable MBAs: A Phase Model Development of Sustainability in MBA Education
Hale, Janet, Finance and Economics, Best Practices for Minimizing Waste on College and University Campuses
Popova, Ivilina, Finance and Economics, The Impact of Outliers on Computing Risk Measures for Crude Oil and Natural Gas Commodity Futures Prices
Temponi, Cecilia, Management, Minimizing Cost of Onsite Renewable Energy Energy: A Net- Zero Carbon Supply Chain Model
Temponi, Cecilia, Management, Special Issue Journal: Sustainability Trends: Metrics and Approaches
Todd, Jeffrey, Finance and Economics, Trade Treaties, Citizen Submissions, and Environmental Justice

Baumgarter, Lisa, Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education, and Scholar Psychology, Community Engagement in Climate Change: Models of Culturally Appropriate Citizen Science Theorizing from the Literature

Stigler, Paula, Health Administration, Public Health Concerns and Unconventional Oil and Gas Development. In Advances in Chemical Pollution, and Environmental Management and Protection

Clement, Matthew, Sociology, Natural Hazards and Local Development: The Successive Nature of Landscape Transformation in the United States
Clement, Matthew, Sociology, The Asymmetric Environmental Consequences of Population Change: An Exploratory County-Level Study of Land Development in the United States
Clement, Matthew, Sociology, How Do Slums Change the Relationship between Urbanization and the Carbon Intensity of Well-being?
Clement, Matthew, Sociology, Scaling Down the “Netherlands Fallacy”: A Local-Level Quantitative Study of the Effect of Affluence on the Carbon Footprint across the United States
Rahm, Dianne, Political Science, The U.S. Political Climate and Shale Gas and Oil Development
Rahm, Dianne, Political Science, Population Growth Has Challenges
Rahm, Dianne, Political Science, 2016 Was the Warmest on Record
Rahm, Dianne, Political Science, How Green is the Incoming Team?
Myles, Colleen, Geography, Uneven urban metabolisms: Toward an Integrative (Ex)Urban Political Ecology of Sustainability in and Around the City
Myles, Colleen Geography, Boom-and-Bust: (Hi)stories of Landscape Production and Consumption in California’s Sierra Nevada Foothills
Myles, Colleen, Geography, Wildfire Mitigation Behavior on Single-Family Residential Properties near Balcones Canyonlands Preserve Wildlands in Austin, Texas
Myles, Colleen, Geography,Food Systems, Sustainability, and Experiential Educational Tourism in Tuscany, Italy: Interrogating Rural/Urban Metabolisms on the Edge.
Myles, Colleen, Geography, Apples Actor-Networks, and Fermented Landscapes: Considering Apples as Actors in Places of Change
Julian, Jason, Geography, River Water Quality Changes in New Zealand over 26 years: Response to Land Use Intensity
Devine, Jennifer Ann, Geography, Colonizing Space, Commodifying Place: Tourism’s Violent, Geographies. Journal of Sustainable Tourism
Devine, Jennifer Ann, Geography, Violence and Dispossession in Tourism Development: A Critical Geographical Approach. Journal of Sustainable Tourism
Devine, Jennifer Ann, Geography, The Rise of the American Conservation Movement. Gender, Place, Culture
Hagelman, Ronald, Geography, Land-Use Change at Temporary Group-Housing Sites in Post-Katrina Louisiana.
Hagelman, Ronald, Geography, Natural Hazards Explanation and Integration
Hagelman, Ronald, Geography, Spatial and Temporal Patterns Associated with Permitted Tree Removal in Austin, Texas
Fields, Willard, Political Science, International Sustainable Transportation Engagement Program: Summary Report 2017

Aguayo, Fred, Engineering Technology, Effect of Environmental Conditions on the Propagation of Natural Carbonation.
Aguayo, Fred, Engineering Technology, Investigation into the Heat of Hydration and Alkali Silica Reactivity of Sustainable Ultrahigh Strength Concrete with Foundry Sand
Schwinning, Susan, Biology, Woody Plant Encroachment: Causes and Consequences. In D. D. Briske (Ed.), Rangeland Systems. Processes, Management and Challenges
Schwinning, Susan, Biology, Recharge and Water Balance Studies at Cave Without A Name, Texas: What We Learn from Interdisciplinary Methods
Forstner, Michael, Biology, Effects of Nitrogenous Wastes on Survival of the Barton Springs Salamander (Eurycea sosorum). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Stephan, Karl, Engineering, Getting Real About Climate Change. Product Design and Development
Zong, Ziliang, Computer Science, Understanding the Impact of Object Oriented Programming and Design Patterns on Energy Efficiency
Ozbakkaloglu, Togay, Engineering, Performance of Sustainable Concretes Containing Very High Volume Class-F Fly Ash and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag
Ozbakkaloglu, Togay, Engineering, Short-term Mechanical Properties of Concrete Containing Recycled Polypropylene Coarse Aggregates Under Ambient and Elevated Temperature
Ozbakkaloglu, Togay, Engineering, Sustainable FRP-Recycled Aggregate Concrete-Steel Composite Columns: Behavior of Circular and Square Columns Under Axial Compression
Hardy, Thom, Biology, Integrating Habitat Suitability Modeling and Environmental Flows for the Conservation of the Flood-Dependant Gar
Tongdan, Jin, Engineering, A location-Inventory Model for Deploying Battery Swapping and Supercharge Stations for Electric Vehicles
Tongdan, Jin, Engineering, Toward Net-Zero Carbon Manufacturing Operations: An Onsite Renewables Solution
Tongdan, Jin, Engineering, Multistage Stochastic Optimization for Production-Inventory Planning With Intermittent Renewable Energy
Tongdan, Jin, Engineering, Minimizing Levelized Cost of Distributed Wind and Solar Power: Toward Zero Carbon Supply Chain Operations
Tongdan, Jin,Engineering, A Zero-Carbon Supply Chain Model: Minimizing Levelised Cost of Onsite Renewable Generation
Jimenez, Jesus, Engineering, Incorporating Elements of a Sustainable and Distributed Generation System into a Production Planning Model for a Wafer Fab
Asiabanpour, Bahram, Engineering, Fixed versus Sun Tracking Solar Panels: An Economic Analysis
Asiabanpour, Bahram, Engineering, Atmospheric Water Generation: Technologies and Influential Factors
Torres, Anthony, Engineering Technology, Teaching Sustainable Engineering and Industrial Ecology using a Hybrid Problem-Project Based Learning Approach


A brief description of the methodology the institution followed to complete the research inventory (including the types of faculty and staff included as researchers):

Searched through each college, 10 totals and read through every professor whom published work at Texas State. We then clicked on their profiles, looked under the year 2017, and read the descriptions of each piece. We looked for key words, the same key words we used to search for sustainable courses, and document all found published pieces.


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