Jennifer Senick, PhD, is Executive Director of the Rutgers Center for Green Building at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Urban Planning and Policy Development, Rutgers University, and an adjunct lecturer in the department. An experienced urban planner, Dr. Senick received her PhD. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers, her M.A. in Political Science from UCLA, and her A.B. in Government from Bowdoin College. Areas of expertise and publication include: sustainable development, green building, and environmental behavior, trends in technology adoption/use and multi-method approaches to field inquiry and building performance evaluation. Current appointments include Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA), Board Member and co-chair of EDRA Sustainable Planning Design and Behavior Network; Coordinator of International Health Planning and Impact Assessment Initiatives, American Planning Association (APA) International Division; Facilitator, NJ Health Impact Collaborative; Global Urbanism Biennial Theme Faculty Committee, Rutgers Global Advancement and International Affairs Centers (GAIA Centers); Rutgers Sustainability Committee.