Walter A. Rosenbaum
Ph.D, Princeton, 1964
Walter A. Rosenbaum,Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Florida, was Director Emeritus of the Bob Graham Center for Public Service. During the academic years 2003-2005 he was a Visiting Professor in the Program in the Environment, University of Michigan, and, earlier, a Fellow in the Global Environmental Assessment Program and a Visiting Scholar at the International Center of Harvard University, and an Adjunct Professor Department of Environmental Medicine, School of Public Health, Tulane University Medical College He has been a Consultant to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Working Group for the South Florida (Everglades) Restoration Task Force, and the Resources for the Future Press. He has previously served as a Special Assistant to the Assistant Administrator for Policy Planning, U.S. EPA. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. His research and publications focus on U.S. environmental and energy policy, the politics of risk assessment, and regulatory science. Recent publications include “Greenhouse Regulation: How Capable is EPA?,” in Greenhouse Governance (Brookings Press, 2010), and “Sharing Information With State and Local Governments,’ in Beyond Environmental Law (Cambridge U. Press, 2010).