Graduate Academic Advisors


Portrait of Ed WeberEd Weber

Graduate Program Coordinator/Internship Advisor

ES 545B
(360) 650-3646
You can schedule an appointment with Ed here

Ed fields questions about all graduate program applications, admission requirements, graduate plans of study, thesis/field project requirements, teaching assistantships, graduate student funding, and all other Master's program topics for all College of the Environment Master's Programs. Ed is also the Internship Advisor for the College of the Environment for both Graduates and Undergraduates. Contact Ed by phone or email, or stop by his office near the College of the Environment College dean's suite in ES 545 on floor 05 (halfway between floors 4 and 5).

Additional information is also available from the following faculty graduate advisors:

Portrait of Dr. Shull holding a small crustationDr. David Shull

Graduate Advisor for Environmental Science and Marine and Estuarine Science

ES 445
(360) 650-3690

I love advising graduate students and training Environmental Science students to become competent scientists. As Graduate Advisor for Environmental Science and Marine and Estuarine Science I am available to talk with current and prospective graduate students about how to find success in our program.



Portrait of Dr. Kamel

Dr. Nabil Kamel

Graduate Advisor for Urban and Environmental Planning & Policy

AH 232
(360) 650-3690

Dr. Kamel's research interests include uneven urban development, social and environmental justice, urban informality, post-disaster recovery. Current research examines long-term post-disaster recovery in China and the US, informal urbanization patterns, and the long-term effects of the housing foreclosure crisis.

Dr. Mark Neff

Graduate Advisor for Environmental Studies

AH 228
(360) 650-2896

Research interests include understanding and improving the policies governing science to better serve the public interest, the use and uptake of scientific information in formal and informal environmental decision making, and cultural self-sorting into disciplines and programs at universities.