• Patient Flow Modeling
• Public health policy
• Energy, environment, land use, sustainability
Steve is an independent consultant and a Senior Lecturer at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College. Steve has been involved in the teaching and application of dynamic modeling approaches since the early 1980s. He has project experience in a diverse array of topic areas, in a wide range of industry, government, and not-for-profit settings. His project work typically integrates dynamic modeling, group facilitation, and data analysis to help stakeholder teams move toward practical and effective solutions to pressing problems.
Steve is a highly-skilled workshop leader and experienced facilitator who has led well over 200 workshops and facilitated meetings over the past 30 years. Steve has been on the faculty at Dartmouth College since 2010, where he has taught courses in Energy Systems and currently teaches a popular course in system dynamics modeling.
In 2018, Steve and was honored to receive the prestigious Applications Award from the Systems Dynamics Society, which is based primarily on demonstrated measurable benefit to an organization through the use of System Dynamics, and secondarily for new ideas that improve the art of applying System Dynamics.
• BA, Economics, Colorado College, 1980
• MS, Resource Systems and Policy Design, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, 1983