Environmental Policy and Decision Making
BA, Canisius College, 1995
BA, Victoria University-Wellington, 1996
MA, Colorado State University, 1999
MA, PhD, Cornell University, 2002, 2004
Daniel is the Luce-Funded Professor of Environmental Policy and Decision Making. He received B.A. degrees from Canisius College (’95, Political Science) and Victoria University of Wellington (’96, Maori Studies), M.A. degrees from Colorado State University (’99, Political Science) and Cornell University (’02, Government), and a Ph.D. from Cornell University (’04, Government). He teaches various aspects of environmental politics and policy. His current research examines the politics of radioactive waste disposal, local community activism, and intergovernmental relations.