Affiliate Faculty

Faculty contribute to the interdisciplinary Center for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering in many and varied ways reflecting the multidisciplinary interest on campus in sustainability and a generous willingness to engage in the research, teaching, and outreach activities of the center.

Faculty Contributions

Examples of these contributions include recruiting and mentoring students, external funding activities, special projects and initiatives, teaching core courses, interdisciplinary research and publication efforts, and hosting visiting scholars, among others. Faculty affiliates are encouraged to cross over with other disciplines in research interests to the extent possible in order to become fully aware of, and take advantage of, the many interdisciplinary approaches and opportunities.

East Carolina University

College of Engineering and Technology

Department of Computer Science


Department of Construction Management


Department of Engineering


Department of Technology Systems

College of Education

Department of STEM CoRE

College: Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Anthropology


Department of Biology


Department of Economics


Department of English


Department of Geological Sciences


Department of Psychology


Department of Political Science


Department of Geological Sciences

College of Business

Department of Management


Hospitality Leadership


Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management


College: Brody School of Medicine

Department of Public Health

College: Health and Human Performance

Health Education and Promotion


Department of Recreation Sciences

Integrated Coastal Sciences

Department of Coastal Studies


ECU Office of National Security & Industry Initiatives

External Institutions

Elizabeth City State University

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

College of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
College of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Old Dominion University

College of Engineering and Technology

Savannah River National Laboratory