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 studied biochemistry (B.Sc. from Brandeis University), urban and environmental policy (M.A. from Tufts University) and sociology (M.A. and PhD from the University of California, Santa Cruz) in the USA – with a specialization on the environment, health and social inequalities. Her present research interests include education for sustainability, sustainable, healthy, smart cities, environmental behaviors and social change. She is teaching the Environmental Studies Program of Deree – The American College of Greece (ACG) and she is the founder and ex-Director of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability at ACG. She is also a recipient of a Fulbright award in the context of which she did research on multicultural environmental education programmes in the USA in collaboration with a Turkish professor. She has extensive consulting experience on environmental and occupational health issues. She has also worked in NGOs on women’s and children’s issues as Director or expert and she was a co-founder of the Emergency Research Center. She recently co-edited a book on “Environmental Exposures and Human Health Challenges”.