Faculty Profile: Edward Lorenz
Professor Lorenz teaches in the history and political science departments, directs the Public Affairs Institute, and teaches courses in support of the Environmental Studies and Public Health programs.
Dr. Lorenz has served as the President of the Michigan Conference of Political Scientists and was appointed by Christine Todd Whitman during her tenure as Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to the National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology. He also serves as Legal Committee Chair of the Pine River Superfund Task-Force (an EPA community advisory group).
Dr. Lorenz's recent research has focused on international labor standards and the intersection of international labor, health, and environmental policy challenges arising from the operation of multinational enterprises.