Faculty member Nicole Sintov’s research published in Nature Energy is featured in the Ohio State News release,
Your characterization of the thermostat war going on in your house is likely to depend at least in part on whether you’re a man or a woman, new research suggests.
The study has taken an initial glimpse at these skirmishes in a sample of Ohio homes, offering the first known data on joint consumer decision-making around household temperature settings and potential effects of those actions on energy use.
Nicole Sintov, assistant professor assistant professor of behavior, decision making and sustainability in the School of Environment and Natural Resources received the Office of Student Academic Success—Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry 2019 Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award at a luncheon at the Faculty Club on April 24.
Ohio State News features new research by School of Environment and Natural Resources faculty member Nicole Sintov and post-doctoral researcher Lee White on utility customers and their decisions to continue to participate in energy-conservation plans. The research published this month in the journal
This news release originally appeared on the website of The Ohio State University and was written by Misti Crane.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Composting food scraps can prompt people to make other earth-friendly choices, new research has found.
A Times Higher Education article features new School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) faculty member, Nicole Sintov. The article highlights the complexity early and mid-career scientists may face in conducting interdisciplinary research and recently published in the journal, Energy Policy.