Weber comes from a long line of artistic and intellectually curious people with a great love for nature and the outdoors. Her interests range from music and climate change research, to teaching, sustainability, community-building and broadcasting. She currently serves as Director of the Office of Sustainability at Princeton University where she has implemented cross-disciplinary sustainable demonstration systems since 2006.

Dr. Weber’s past research areas include the intersection of climate change impacts with land use history, and population biology of culturally-significant wetland vegetation. Current interests revolve around fieldwork studying the American pika, and collaborative applied sustainability research across academic institutions.

Dr. Weber received her BS in Zoology from the Ohio State University, and MSES and Ph.D. In Environmental Science from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Bloomington.