Post Baccalaureate Researcher / Marron Institute
Tommy Sheridan is a research scholar at the New York University Marron Institute for Urban Management. His current research includes developing a multi-pollutant air quality index to improve the communication of risks associated with air pollution. Tommy is a recent graduate of the College of Arts & Science at New York University. He earned a dual bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies and Urban Design & Architecture, as well as a minor in Psychology. Tommy's research interests include sustainable development in cities and conservation awareness. He previously worked with The Lowline, a planned underground public park space in an abandoned trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Tommy helped served as site supervisor and project manager of the Lowline Lab, an exhibition serving as a proof of concept of the final Lowline park space. Tommy has also previously worked as an urban park ranger in Brooklyn, NY, serving as an ambassador for New York City's green spaces and wildlife.