Academic Steering Committee
CGEP is supported by an Academic Steering Committee composed of leading faculty in relevant fields at Columbia University. The committee provides intellectual guidance and support for our research and programs around the world.
Academic Steering Committee Members
Dr. Scott Barrett: Lenfest-Earth Institute Professor of Natural Resource Economics, School of International and Public Affairs
Travis Bradford: Associate Professor of Practice in International and Public Affairs & Director, Energy and Environment Concentration, School of International and Public Affairs
Steve Cohen: Executive Director of Columbia University’s Earth Institute; Professor in the Practice of Public Affairs, School of International and Public Affairs
Dr. Alex Cooley: Director, Harriman Institute; Claire Tow Professor of Political Science, Barnard
Dr. Tim Frye: Marshall D. Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy, Columbia University
Michael B. Gerrard: Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice & Director, Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia Law School
Dr. Alex Halliday: Director of Columbia’s Earth Institute
Dr. Geoffrey M. Heal: Donald C. Waite III Professor of Social Enterprise, Columbia Business School
Dr. Peter Keleman: Arthur D. Storke Professor & Chair of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University
Safwan Masri: Executive Vice President for Global Centers and Global Development; Director, Columbia Global Centers | Amman; Faculty, Columbia Business School
Dr. Vijay Modi: Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science
Dr. Alissa Park: Lenfest Chair in Applied Climate Science & Director, Lenfest Center for Sustinable Energy, Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
Dr. Ken Prewitt: Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs, School of International and Public Affairs; Special Advisor to the President of Columbia University
Dr. Wolfram Schlenker: Associate Professor of International and Public Affairs, School of International and Public Affairs
Dr. Steve Sestanovich: Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor for the Practice of International Diplomacy, School of International and Public Affairs
Dr. Jan Svejnar: Director, Center on Global Economic Governance, James T. Shotwell Professor of Global Political Economy, School of International and Public Affairs
Columbia University Resources
In addition to CGEP's formal affiliation with Columbia University's Earth Institute, CGEP partners with and supports research across the University network related to energy and environment issues.
columbia University PArtners
ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE
GEOPOLITICS AND FOREIGN POLICY
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
SIPA Partners in Improving Energy Policy
The Center on Global Energy Policy is supported by Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA) through contributions from different sources including foundations, corporations, and individual donors who share Columbia’s commitment to improving energy policy through rigorous and independent analysis and engaged dialogue on global climate and energy issues. SIPA is deeply appreciative of those who have supported the work of its Center on Global Energy Policy in FY 2019 and year to date FY 2020.
SIPA Partners in Improving Energy Policy
LEADERSHIP ANNUAL CIRCLE
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Aramco Services Company
Arnold Ventures’ founders, Laura and John Arnold
The Bernard and Anne Spitzer Charitable Trust
Cheniere Energy, Inc.
Mr. Matthew Harris
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Royal Dutch Shell plc
Wintershall Holding GmbH
SUSTAINING ANNUAL CIRCLE
Mr. Nick Beim
Mr. Jay Bernstein
Mr. John F. Bookout, III
Cimarex Energy Co.
CME Group Inc.
The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation
Mr. Charles Fabrikant
Mr. Matt Fox
Global Infrastructure Partners
Mr. Jonathan Goldberg, BBL Commodities
Ms. Maria Jelescu
Mr. Brooks Klimley
Mr. Jeffrey Kupfer
Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences
Linden Trust for Conservation
Mr. Mark Lundstrom
Mr. John Moon
Dr. Wednesday Martin and Joel Moser
Mr. Brett A. Olsher and Mrs. Christina N. Olsher
Pioneer Natural Resources
Point72 Asset Management LP
Mr. Theodore Roosevelt IV
Kimberley and Scott Sheffield
Tokyo Gas Company, Ltd.
Mr. Enzo Viscusi
Mr. Bill White
WPX Energy, Inc.
Note: All gifts must be approved via the University processes before being accepted. Unless otherwise noted in relevant research, publications, and conference materials, all contributions are general use gifts that allow SIPA and its Center on Global Energy Policy discretion in how the funds are allocated. Consistent with the University’s robust review and approval of all funding, certain gifts must be reviewed by the relevant University committees, including the Institutional Conflict of Interest Committee and International Gift Review Committee. More information on these policies is available via the University’s Office of Research Compliance and Training and the Office of Alumni and Development.
Note: Leadership Annual Circle members consist of those foundations, corporations, and individual donors that have made: (i) an annual commitment of $200,000 or more; or (ii) a multiyear, aggregate commitment in excess of $500,000. Sustaining Annual Circle members consist of those foundations, corporations, and individual donors that have made an annual commitment of $1,000 or more.