Daniel Miller Runfola

Assistant Professor of Applied Science

Daniel Miller Runfola, Assistant Professor of Applied Science, obtained his Ph.D. in Geography at Clark University. He then pursued a joint postdoctoral position at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and Colorado University at Boulder before coming to William & Mary in the summer of 2014 as a geospatial scientist. His research focuses on the use of satellite data and machine-learning to understand the impacts of international aid. His teaching will support the new Data Science Program.