Dr. Senick is an expert in energy policy, sustainable development and environmental behavior. She regularly leads inter-disciplinary research on applied topics of climate change exploring the intersectionality of building performance, building occupant behavior and climate. Recent projects have focused on: 1) building and community affordances, heat waves and vulnerable populations; 2) coastal flooding, real estate industry knowledge and market impacts; and 3) detection of health and safety building defects, occupant behavior and indoor air quality. Senick additionally leads the center’s evaluation and market research activities for the NJ Board of Public Utilities, and works with a variety of organizations serving low-income communities to translate and deliver research findings as K-12 STEM workshops.
- Rutgers Center for Green Building, Edward J. Bloustein School of Urban Planning and Policy Development, Rutgers University
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