Faculty committed to working towards a more sustainable and just future.
All of the MESH instructors bring their unique combination of academic and industry experience together to embody our mission of transdisciplinary education. Our faculty’s work bridges the gaps between engineering, sustainability and health in order to further the causes of social and ecological justice, global health politics and the empowerment of marginalized and indigenous communities.
As a student, you can look forward to instruction, mentoring and project-based work that will challenge your existing knowledge frameworks in order to enable new, more effective and just means of solving global health and ecological problems.
Dr. Caroline Baillie
Academic Director MESH, Professor Engineering and Social Justice
Professor of Practice in the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at USD and serves as the co-director of MESH. Senior Lecturer in the Institute for Global Health and Development at Queen Margaret University and more…