Rob Andrejewski

Director of Sustainability

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Nonprofit Studies

  • Profile

    Rob Andrejewski is the Director of Sustainability at the University of Richmond, where he works to bring awareness to today’s biggest issues and connect individuals with their unique ability to respond in a meaningful way. Andrejewski received his doctorate from Penn State University in Recreation, Park, & Tourism Management, which influenced the development of his camp-counselor-for-the-Earth approach to his work. He is a Senior Fellow in the Environmental Leadership Program and recently served as Board President of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals. Rob lives with his wife, Jennie, and their two boys, Leo and Jack.

    • Awards

      Green Giant Award, Falls of the James Group of the Sierra Club, 2019

    • Memberships

      International Society of Sustainability Professionals

    • Professional Experience

      Director of Sustainability (2015-Present)

      University of Richmond


      Outreach & Engamgenet Coordinator (2014-2015)

      University of Virginia, Charlottesville

    • Institutional Service

      • Chair, Sustainability and Environmental Awareness Committee (2016-Present)
      • Environmental Leadership Program Senior Fellow (2013-Present)

       

    • Community Service

      • Co-Founder and Secretary, Monument Avenue Park Civic Association, Richmond (2016-Present)
      • Environment, Economic Development & Energy Committee, Richmond Green City Commission (2015-Present)
      • Board Member (2016), President of the Board (2017) & Past President (2018), International Society of Sustainability Professionals
      • Technical Stakeholder Committee, RVAH20, Richmond (2016-2018)
      • Planning Committee, Smart & Sustainable Campuses Conference, Baltimore (2014-2017)

       

  • Selected Publications
    Journal Articles

    Buckland, P., Goodstein, E, Alexander, R., Muchnick, B., Mallia, M. E., Leary, N., Andrejewski, R., & Barsom., S. (2018). The challenge of coordinated civic climate change education. Journal of Environmental Studies & Sciences, 8(2), 169-178. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13412-018-0473-x

    Mullenbach, L. E., Andrejewski, R. G., & Mowen, A. J. (2018) Connecting children to nature through residential outdoor environmental education. Environmental Education Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2018.1458215

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