Our Team

The EnviroLab Asia team consists of members from across The Claremont Colleges. The initiative is anchored at Claremont McKenna College.

Principal Investigators

Albert Park
Associate Professor of History, Claremont McKenna College
Research Interests: Design & Architecture, East Asian History & Political Economy, Korean History, Modern Japanese History


Branwen WilliamsBranwen Williams
Associate Professor of Environmental Science, W.M. Keck Science Department of Claremont McKenna College-Pitzer College-Scripps College
Research Interests: Water Quality, Agricultural Water Quality, Water Pollution and Cyanobacteria


Marc Los Huertos

Marc Los Huertos
Stephen M. Pauley M.D. ’62 Associate Professor of Environmental Analysis; Coordinator of Environmental Analysis
Research Interests: Water Quality, Agricultural Water Quality, Water Pollution and Cyanobacteria


Coordinator of Culture and Learning

Kurita-Kyoko08-croppedKyoko Kurita
Professor of Japanese in the Dept. of Asian Languages and Literatures, Pomona College
Research Interests: Koda Rohan and the Romantic Movement; history of temporality/futurology; Dutch Studies in the 19th-century; women in literature; visual arts and literature; documentary films

Editor-in-Chief, EnviroLab Asia

Char Miller
Director and W. M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis and an affiliated member of the History Department, Pomona College

Research Interests: The intersection of U.S. environmental policy, history and politics

Ad Hoc Steering Committee

The Ad Hoc Steering Committee consists of faculty charged with reviewing applications for course development and redevelopment grants, along with reviewing research lab proposals.

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board is comprised of faculty members from the five colleges and charged with providing advice and feedback to the Principal Investigators on the overall trajectory and strategy of the project.

Project Administrator

Karin-croppedKarin Mak
Karin Mak comes to EnviroLab Asia with extensive experience in program management, arts and activism, and digital media production. Her documentary short Red Dust chronicles the struggle for justice by women workers in China poisoned by cadmium.