Andrew J. Hoffman

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Affiliations

The affiliations listed below show engagement with the Graham Sustainability Institute.

  • Education Programs
    • Dow Programs
      • Distinguished Faculty Fellow
      • Postdoctoral Advisor
    • Reviewer
  • Emerging Opportunities
    • Integrated Assessments
      • Hydrofracking IA
        • Advisor
        • PI
  • General
    • Event Participant
      • Presenter
    • Executive Committee Member
    • Graham Staff
    • Small Grant Recipient
  • Planet Blue
    • Michigan Journal of Sustainability
      • MJS Contributor
  • Water Center
    • Event Participant
      • WC Lunches

 

Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise
  • Business (Ross)
  • Environment and Sustainability
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Andy Hoffman is the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan; a position that holds joint appointments at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the School of Natural Resources & Environment.  Andy's research uses a sociological perspective to understand the cultural and institutional aspects of environmental issues for organizations. He has published over one-hundred articles/book chapters and fourteen books, which have been translated into five languages.  Among his list of honors, he has been awarded the Aspen Institute Faculty Pioneer Award (2016), American Chemical Society National Award (2016), Strategic Organization Best Essay Award (2016), Organization & Environment Best Paper Award (2014), Maggie Award (2013), JMI Breaking the Frame Award (2012), Connecticut Book Award (2011), the Aldo Leopold Fellowship (2011), the Aspen Environmental Fellowship (2011 and 2009), the Manos Page Prize (2009), the Aspen Institute Rising Star Award (2003), the Rachel Carson Book Prize (2001) and the Klegerman Award (1995). Prior to academics, Andy worked for the US Environmental Protection Agency (Region 1), Metcalf & Eddy Environmental Consultants, T&T Construction & Design and the Amoco Corporation. Andy serves on advisory boards for ecoAmerica, Next Era Renewable Energy Trust, SustainAbility, the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, the Center for Environmental Innovation, Elementa and the Stanford Social Innovation Review.