Dr. Bozeman originally hails from Dayton, Ohio. His research began in sustainable energy development. After serving as an energy and environmental practitioner for several years, he shifted his research to matters of climate change adaptation/mitigation. Dr. Bozeman's current research focuses on developing equitable solutions for socioecological, urban carbon management, and food-energy-water nexus challenges. His award-winning work has been featured in major media outlets such as Popular Science, the Geographical Magazine, and NPR.
He really enjoys transdisciplinary collaboration and believes approaching research questions in this way is a must for addressing the complex, 'wicked' challenges of our time. On a personal level, he also enjoys sound engineering (various genres), multimedia production (including for science communication), watching and participating in sports/athletics, and video game playing when time permits (role-playing and sports games).