Clinton J. Andrews


Professor
Associate Dean for Research
Director, Rutgers Center for Green Building
Sc.B. with Honors, Engineering, Brown University; S.M., Technology and Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D., Regional Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Contact
Research Interests
  • Use of technical knowledge in environmental decisionmaking
  • Environmental management
  • Energy policy
  • Social science aspects of industrial ecology


Clinton Andrews is a professor of urban planning, director of the Rutgers Center for Green Building, and associate dean for faculty at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School. He was educated at Brown and MIT in engineering and planning, and worked previously in the private sector and at Princeton University. He teaches environmental planning and quantitative methods courses, and performs research on how people use the built environment. He publishes both scholarly and popular articles and his books include Humble Analysis: The Practice of Joint fact-Finding, Regulating Regional Power Systems, and Industrial Ecology and Global Change. He is co-editor of the Journal of Planning Education and Research. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and a licensed Professional Engineer. Andrews is a Fellow of AAAS, a winner of IEEE’s 3rd Millenium Medal, a current distinguished lecturer for and past president of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, and an avid experimenter with new methods for collecting field data in urban settings.

Complete Curriculum Vitae (C.V.)

View course offerings and related syllabi
Graduate
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Methods of Planning Analysis II
  • Seminar in Urban Planning—Green Buildings
  • Graduate Planning Studios

Recent Publications
View publications on Google Scholar


Chapters in Books or Monographs

  • 2018: Jennifer A. Senick, Clinton J. Andrews, Handi Chandra Putra, Ioanna Tsoulou, MaryAnn Sorensen Allacci. Synthetic Populations of Building Office Occupants and Behaviors, chapter in Building Performance Evaluation, Springer International, Wolfgang Preiser, Andrea E. Hardy, and Ulrich Schramm, eds., 2018. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-56862-1_5.
  • 2017: Clinton J. Andrews. “Communicative Science,” chapter 5 in Joint Fact Finding in Urban Planning and Environmental Disputes. London,UK: Routledge, Matsuura, M. and T. Schenk, Eds., 2016.
  • 2016: Clinton J. Andrews. “Local Fiscal Impacts of Superstorm Sandy” in Taking Chances on the Coast after Hurricane Sandy, Karen O’Neill and Daniel Van Abs, Rutgers University Press, 2016.

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • 2019: Assessing “green” and “resilient” building features using a purposeful systems approach; Hewitt, E., Oberg, A., Coronado, C. & Andrews, C., Jul 1 2019, In : Sustainable Cities and Society. 48, 101546.
  • 2019: Investigation of indoor air quality determinants in a field study using three different data streams; Thomas, N. M., Calderón, L., Senick, J., Sorensen-Allacci, M. A., Plotnik, D., Guo, M., Yu, Y., Gong, J., Andrews, C. & Mainelis, G., May 1 2019, In : Building and Environment. 154, p. 281-295 15 p.
  • 2019: What Counts as Data?; Andrews, C. & Nelson, K., Mar 1 2019, In : Journal of Planning Education and Research. 39, 1, 1 p.
  • 2018: F. Jordán-Cuebas, U. Krogmann, C. J. Andrews, J. A. Senick, E. L. Hewitt, R. E. Wener, M. Sorensen Allacci and D. Plotnik. Understanding Apartment End-Use Water Consumption in Two Green Residential Multistory Buildings, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 144(4): 04018009-1-20 (2018). DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000911.
  • 2017: Handi Chandra Putra, Clinton J. Andrews, Jennifer A. Senick. An agent-based model of building occupant behavior during load shedding, Building Simulation (2017): 1-15, DOI: 10.1007/s12273-017-0384-x.
  • 2017: Clinton J. Andrews. The changing socioeconomic context of buildings, Journal of Solar Energy Engineering 139(1): 1-10, special issue on buildings of the future, doi: 10.1115/1.4034911.
  • 2016: Clinton J. Andrews, David Hattis, David Listokin, Jennifer A. Senick, Gabriel B. Sherman, and Jennifer Souder. Energy- Efficient Re-Use of Existing Commercial Buildings,” Journal of the American Planning Association. Vol. 82 , Iss. 2,2016
  • 2016: Clinton Andrews, MaryAnn Sorenson Allacci, Jennifer Senick, Handi Chandra Putra, and Ioanna Tsoulou, Using synthetic population data for prospective modeling of occupant behavior during design, Energy and Buildings (2016 special issue on occupant behavior modeling): 415-423. DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2016.05.049
  • 2016: Zuocheng Wang, Leonardo Calderón, Allison Patton, MaryAnn Sorensen Allacci, Jennifer Senick, Richard Wener, Clinton Andrews, and Gediminas Mainelis. Comparison of Real-Time Instruments and Gravimetric Method When Measuring Particulate Matter in a Residential Building, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association (2016). DOI:10.1080/10962247.2016.1201022
  • 2016: Allison P. Patton, Leonardo Calderon, Youyou Xiong, Zuocheng Wang, Jennifer Senick, MaryAnn Sorensen Allacci, Deborah Plotnik, Richard Wener, Clinton J. Andrews, Uta Krogmann, Gediminas Mainelis. Airborne Particulate Matter in Two Multi-family Green Buildings: Concentrations and Effect of Ventilation and Occupant Behavior. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2016, special issue on indoor air quality) 13(1): 144-164; doi:10.3390/ijerph13010144
  • 2015: Elizabeth Hewitt, Clinton Andrews, Uta Krogmann, Jennifer Senick, Richard Wener, and MaryAnn Soresen Allacci, Distinguishing
    between green building occupants’ reasoned and unplanned behaviours, Building Research and Information (2015).
    dx.doi.org/10.1080/09613218.2015.1015854
  • 2015: H. Chandra Putra, J. Chen, C. Andrews, Eco-evolutionary pathways toward industrial cities, Journal of Industrial Ecology, March 2015,
    19(2). dx.doi.org/10.1111/jiec.12234
  • 2015: Youyou Xiong, Uta Krogmann, Gediminas Mainelis, Lisa A. Rodenberg, Clinton J. Andrews, Indoor air quality in green buildings: A case study in a residential high-rise building in the northeastern US, J. Environ. Science & Health, Part A 50(2015): 225-242.
  • 2015: Handi Chandra Putra, Haiyan Zhang, Clinton J. Andrews, “Modeling real estate market responses to coastal flooding,” Journal of
    Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, March 2015, 18(2).

Articles in Non-refereed or General Journals

  • 2019: Editorial; Andrews, C. , Smart, M., Lowrie, K. & Nelson, K., June1 2019, In : Journal of Planning Education and Research. 39, 3, 266 p.
  • 2019: What Counts as Data?; Andrews, C. & Nelson, K., Mar 1 2019, In : Journal of Planning Education and Research. 39, 1, 1 p.
  • 2018: Clinton J. Andrews, Frank J. Popper, Karen Lowrie, Jonathan Stiles, “Critical thinking about infrastructure,” ,” Journal of Planning Education and Research, Volume: 38 issue: 1, page(s): 5-5. 2018. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X17745865.
Selected Publications
  • “Policy Perspectives: Innovation as an energy policy for the world,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Summer 2009, 28(2): 5–6, Clinton J. Andrews
  • “Living with Technology: New Jersey Acts on Energy and Climate Change,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Fall 2007, 26(3): 6-7, Clinton J. Andrews, Skip Jonas, and Randall Solomon.
  • “Policy Perspectives: While the window is open on global warming…,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Summer 2007, 26(2): 5-6.
  • “Engaged engineering,” Proceedings of the IEEE, January 2007, 94(1): 3-4, Clinton J. Andrews and Peter Wiesner.
  • “Scanning the issue: The hydrogen economy,” Proceedings of the IEEE, October 2006, 94(10): 1781-1784, Saifur Rahman and Clinton J. Andrews.
  • “Policy Perspectives: Practicing technological citizenship,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Spring 2006, 25(1):6-7.
  • “Policy Perspectives: Time for a reality check,” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Spring 2005, 24 (1): 5-6.

Areas of Expertise: Climate Impacts and ResilienceComputer Simulation ModelingEnergyEnvironmental Planning and Policy,HousingInformaticsScience & Technology PolicyStatistical Research MethodsUrban Design