Dr. William Walker is an energy/climate policy scholar with a focus on energy systems transition and technology governance. He received his PhD in 2019 from Northeastern University and joined Emerson's affiliated faculty in Fall 2022.
- Department Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies
- Since 2022
M.P.A., University of Southern Maine
Ph.D., Northeastern University
Areas of Expertise
- Climate Change
- Energy & Environment
- Massachusetts Politics & Government
- Political Science
- Research Methodology
Delivered valedictory address to the 2010 class of the Ed Muskie School of Public Service Graduate Class of 2010 at the University of Southern Maine (Portland, ME).
Review of progress in the field of nanomaterials regulation and research at adopting the Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) safety goals adopted by the National Nanotechnology Initiative.
Review of best practices learned from experience gathered at various nanomaterials research and development conferences, meetings, and strategy sessions.
Dual case study exploring the relationship between legislators, judiciaries, and executive agencies on the one hand, and exponential technological acceleration on the other through the specifics of grid-scale energy storage integration and nanomaterials development and research.