Professor, Dept. of Anthropology; Director, Center for Brownfields Research & Redevelopment, College of Arts & Sciences
Organization: University of South Florida
Education: Ph.D. in Anthropology, Arizona State University
Dr. Wells is an applied environmental anthropologist with an interdisciplinary background in the social and natural sciences. As Director of the USF Center for Brownfields Research and Redevelopment, he maintains a diverse portfolio of research projects aimed at improving human and environmental health outcomes of re/development efforts in marginalized communities. His current research examines water and sanitation technology transitions in underserved communities.
Data Analysis/Modeling, Geology/Soils, Policy/Legal Management, Social/Cultural/Institutional, Sustainability, Water Quality, Water Treatment