Urban planning, Sustainable Development, Environmental Justice, Social Justice, Climate Change, Social Equity, Resilience, Placemaking, Policy, Renewable Energy, Waste Management, Human Population, Women's Empowerment
- Consultant on National Institute of Justice funded research (2014-DN-BX-K005) examining CT scans in relationship to soft tissue features for accuracy of facial approximation.
INTS 334 - Environmental Justice
INTS 210 - Sustainable World
INTS 301 - Science in the News
BIS 300 - Understanding Interdisciplinary Studies
BIS 390 - Individualized Study
BIS 490 - Individualized Study - Senior Project
Catyana R. Skory Falsetti received her formal education in history and anthropology from the State University of New York at New Paltz; she then completed the Master’s Degree in Forensic Sciences from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She received a second Master’s in Urban and Environmental Planning from Arizona State University and completed an internship at the United Nations Population Fund in New York.
She has also had training from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Catyana is currently a doctoral candidate in Sociology at GMU.