Christina Marouli

Science and Mathematics

BA in Biochemistry, Brandeis University; MA in Urban and Environmental Policy, Tufts University; PhD in Sociology, University of California at Santa Cruz.

Dr. Marouli has been involved in the establishment of the Centre of Excellence for Sustainability at the American College of Greece and serves as its Director. She teaches modules on environmental management, environmental justice, sustainable cities, research methods in environmental analysis and environmental science at the Environmental Studies program. Dr. Marouli has professional experience as monitoring expert for environmental projects funded by the European Commission in Greece and Cyprus, as consultant on environmental and occupational health and on environmental education issues and has taught at other higher education institutions. She has been awarded a Fulbright scholarship – under the Aegean initiative – in the context of which she did research on multicultural environmental education programmes in the USA in collaboration with a Turkish professor. Furthermore, she has worked with NGOs on gender, children’s and environmental issues.

Her present research interests include active and experiential learning, higher education and sustainability, sustainable and smart cities, environmental behaviours and social change.