Northeastern alum and energy justice law expert returns to campus, as professor and GRI Faculty Affiliate
by Christine Boynton, GRI
November 9, 2017
A new Northeastern professor, with joint appointments in the School of Law and the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, is no stranger to campus.
Shalanda Baker (L’05) is a renowned expert in environmental and renewable energy law, sustainable development, administrative law, and international development and returns to her Alma mater after spending a year in Mexico on a Fulbright award exploring energy reform, climate change, and indigenous rights. Baker has also joined the Global Resilience Institute, as a Faculty Affiliate.
“When I got the call to throw my hat in the ring, I was excited by the direction Northeastern was heading,” Baker told News@Northeastern. “The Global Resilience Institute was a big draw for me, and my work lines up with what the institute is trying to accomplish.”
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