BSc in Economics, MIT; JD, MPP and PhD, Harvard. Held visiting professorships at universities in Israel, Italy, Chile, and the Netherlands. Formerly, 24 years on the faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, including: Lee and Geraldine Martin Professorship of Environmental Studies; Co-Director, MIT’s Consortium on Global Environmental Challenges and played a key role in launching and leading both the MIT Center for Environmental Initiatives and the MIT Center for Real Estate; Chancellor and Chair of the Faculty. 2001-11, President, Tufts University; held faculty appointments in Urban and Environmental Policy, Economics, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Public Health, and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. With Harvard University: Hauser Leader-in-Residence, Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Center for Public Leadership; Member of the Harvard Corporation; 2011-14, President-in-Residence, Higher Education Program, Harvard’s Graduate School of Education; since 2014, Hauser Leader-in-Residence, Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Center for Public Leadership; currently, President. Member, past or present, of various organizations. Academic interests range across environmental policy, bargaining and negotiation, economics, law, and public policy. Author or co-author of four books and numerous scholarly articles on topics related to environmental policy, economics, land use law, negotiation, and occupational health and safety.