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Dan Sherman, assistant professor of environmental policy and decision making, teaches courses in U.S. environmental politics and policy, including “Applied Environmental Politics and Agenda Setting,” “Forest Policy in the Pacific Northwest, and “Environment and Society.” His research interests include
state and local environmental movements, hazardous and radioactive waste
disposal, environmental justice, agenda setting, and implementation of the
National Environmental Policy Act. Sherman Dan is the founding director
of the Sound Policy Institute, a new initiative to engage the university with
regional stakeholders on environmental issues. He serves on the university's
Sustainability Advisory Committee and has coordinated several faculty workshops on the integration of sustainability across the curriculum.