Susan Stuver, Ph.D.

Dr. Stuver is a Senior Environmental Scientists for GSI, and has over 26 years directing the planning, acquisition, development and technical execution of environmental projects throughout the US and oversees. 
Research areas include emissions measurement at oil and gas facilities, advanced air emission inventories for drilling, completions and oilfield waste storage ponds, air program compliance and permitting for the Department of Defense, development of Integrated natural resource management plans (INRMPs), migratory and endangered bird management, karst management planning, GIS enabled environmental assessments and the development of critical habitat easements. Dr. Stuver has developed numerous outreach and education programs such as Earth Alive – a K-12 program that engages students in the design, planning and restoration of habitat to create outdoor classrooms.  

Dr. Stuver has served as an executive board member on the Alamo Area Council of Governments, Air Improvement Resources Executive Committee and has served as the Director for Relationships and Recognition on the Executive board for the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), the President of the Air Waste Management Association (AWMA) and has been a board member on numerous committees to include Texas Cooperative Extension, Energy Efficiency Task Force, Clean Cities and Clean Texas. Dr. Stuver is a distinguished veteran from the U.S. Army.

Dr. Stuver holds Doctorates in Environmental Engineering and Environmental Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Rev. December 2016