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Julian Marshall is the John R. Kiely Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at University of Washington.

At University of Minnesota, Marshall founded the Masters International program in Environmental Engineering and, with Fred Rose, the Acara program in social entrepreneurship. Marshall moved from Minnesota to Washington in February 2016.

At UW, Marshall founded the Grand Challenges Impact Lab (GCIL). GCIL offers a winter-quarter class in Bangalore, India. More information is on the GCIL website.

Marshall's research is at the intersection of air pollution and public health: understanding how much pollution people breathe, and how to reduce those exposures. His specific areas of focus are

(1)  Mechanistic and empirical modeling of air pollution, to understand how concentrations vary in space and time, and how concentrations and health impacts would change in response to changes in emissions.

(2)  Measuring and modeling air pollution exposures in developing countries (at present, mainly India), including how exposures change in response to interventions.

(3)  Environmental justice: understanding who is more exposed or less exposed to air pollution, how those exposures correlate with demographic attributes such as race and income, and how exposure disparities might shift if emissions from specific sources were to increase or decrease.

Julian Marshall

Julian Marshall

  • Kiely Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering.

  • PhD (Berkeley, 2005)
  • MS (Berkeley, 2002)
  • BSE (Princeton, 1996)

  • For Marshall's bio, click here.

  • Office Address:

  •   Wilcox 268
  •   University of Washington
  •   Seattle WA 98195-2700

  • Mailing Address:

  •   Civil & Environmental
  •   Engineering
  •   University of Washington
  •   201 More Hall, Box 352700
  •   Seattle, WA 98195-2700

  • Citations in Google Scholar. Citations in Researcher ID. Citations in Scopus.
    Citations in ORCID.

  • P: 206.685.2591
  • F: 206.543.1543
  • E: jdmarsh@uw.edu