Susan Gorelick, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at New England Institute of Technology
Susan Shim Gorelick, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at New England Institute of Technology, where she teaches and develops various science courses for green technology. She has a B.S. and M.S. in Chemistry, and earned her Ph.D. in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from the University of Rhode Island. Her research focuses on the economic impact of global climate changes in Rhode Island communities. Her recent studies examine how Rhode Island’s lake water quality and the wind turbines impact Rhode Island property sales price. Findings from each study provide a comprehensive look at the cascading effects by climate changes in many facets of Rhode Island communities.
Proponent to protect wetland and awareness of cumulative impact of shoreline residential development on drinking water wells in Jamestown, RI
- Ph.D., Environmental Economics | University of Rhode Island
- M.S.; AMD, Chemistry | American University
- B.S., Chemistry | SUNY at Stony Brook