Former Kellogg Doctoral Affiliate Richard (Drew) Marcantonio became a Kellogg faculty fellow in 2023. He is an assistant teaching professor with the Meyers Business on the Frontlines Program in the Department of Management and Organization at the Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame. 

Marcantonio is a researcher, teacher, and practitioner focused on regenerative and durable enterprise, environmental management and policy, environmental and other violence, peacebuilding, and Integral Human Ecology. He has conducted research and practice on these critical issues on five continents working with communities, elected officials, regulators, corporations, and NGOs alike. 

He is the author of Environmental Violence: In the Earth System and the Human Niche (2022; Cambridge University Press) and co-author of the textbook Environmental Management: Concepts and Practical Skills (2022; Cambridge University Press). Marcantonio also has published numerous peer-reviewed, policy, and public-facing articles in periodicals ranging from Climate and Development to Environmental Science and Policy to the popular Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. 

Additionally, he is a US Marine combat veteran, a certified Wilderness First Responder, and American Mountain Guide Association Climbing Instructor, and an experiential leadership development professional.

Marcantonio holds a PhD in Anthropology and Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame. 


ISP Advisee:
Bryan Fok

KDR Assistant:
Liam Gibson

PhD Year

Journal Articles


Other Accomplishments & Recognitions
  • Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fellow (2019-2021)
  • Richard and Peggy Notebaert Premier Fellow (2016-2021)
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award (2018)
  • Mullen Family Fellow (2017)
  • Pat Tillman Foundation Fellow (2015-2016)
  • Scott Chilcote Fellow (2015)
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2013)
  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal 2 nd Award (2012)
  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with combat ‘V’ for valor (2011)