Center for Sustainability
Georgia Southern University

2011-2012 Fellows

Wei Tu, PhD
Associate Professor, Geology and Geography

Dr. Tu’s primary research interests include the integration of spatial analysis and modeling with GIS for socio-economic, public health, and urban sustainability applications. Dr. Tu has teaching duties in Geographic Information Sciences (GIS)/Cartography, economic geography, World Regional Geography, and Geography of Asia.


Subhrajit Saha, PhD
Assistant Professor, Biology

Dr. Saha teaches agroecology and sustainable forestry and his research interest includes climate change management through agroforestry, organic farming and biofuel production with special foci on soil carbon sequestration and plant nutrition. Dr. Saha hails from Kalyani, West Bengal, India and graduated (BS) from Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya (State Agricultural University) West Bengal, India with a specialization in Horticulture. He received both his Masters (Environmental Agriculture) and PhD degree (Forestry) from the University of Florida, USA and is also the founder president of Envagrogen, an Indian non-profit organization. Apart from India and the United States, Dr. Saha has experience in Central America (Guatemala, Costa Rica), East Africa (Kenya, Uganda) and Europe and worked with organizations like Wildlife Conservation Society (New York), UNFCCC (Germany), and World Agroforestry Center (Kenya). He is associated with the activities of the Center for Sustainability and plans to develop a research program on sustainable agriculture and forest management at Georgia Southern.

Last updated: 11/18/2015

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