1. Delgado, L., Shealy, T., (In Review) “Cognitive Barriers to Energy Efficient Decision Making in US Coast Guard Facility Management” ASCE, Journal of Facility Management.
  2. Klotz, L., Gordon, B., Weber, E., Shealy, T., Johnson, E., Hernandez, M., (In Review) "Beyond rationality in design for sustainability" Nature Sustainability.
  3. Shealy, T., Klotz, L., Weber, E., Johnson, E., Greenspan-Bell, R. (In Review) "Bringing choice architecture to architecture and engineering decisions: How the redesign of rating systems can improve sustainability," Journal of Cleaner Production.
  4. Harris, N., Shealy, T., Krammer, H., Granderson, J., Reichard, G., (In Review) "A Framework for Monitoring-Based Commissioning: Identifying Variables that Act as Barriers and Enablers to the Process” Energy and Buildings.
  5. Guerra, M.A., Shealy, T. (In Review). "“Teaching User-Centered Design for Sustainable Infrastructure Through Role Play and Experiential Learning,” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice
  6. Shealy, T., Johnson, E., Weber, E., Klotz, L., Applegate, S., Ismael, D., Greenspan-Bell, R. (In Review) "Providing descriptive norms during design can encourage more sustainable infrastructure" Sustainable Cities and Society.
  7. McWhirter, N., Shealy, T. (In Review) “Teaching Decision Making for Sustainable Infrastructure: A Wind Energy Case Study Module,” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.
  8. McWhirter, N., Shealy, T. (In Review) Pedagogy and Evaluation of an Envision™ Case Study Module Bridging Behavioral Science and Engineering Design,” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice
  9. Delgado, L., Shealy, T., Pearce, A., Garvin, M. (Accepted) “Framing Energy Efficiency with Payback Period: An Empirical Study to Increase Energy Consideration During Facility Procurement Processes” ASCE, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
  10. Delgado, L., Shealy, T. (2017) “Opportunities for Greater Energy Efficiency in Government Facilities by Aligning Decision Structures with Advances in Behavior Science” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review.
  11. Shealy, T., Klotz, L., Godwin, A, Potvin, G., and Hazari, Z., Barclay, N., Cribbs, J. (2017) “High school experiences and climate change beliefs of first year college students in the United States” Environmental Education Research.
  12. Harris, N., Shealy, T., Klotz, L. (2017) "Choice Architecture as a way to encourage whole systems design perspective for more sustainable infrastructure” Sustainability MDPI - Special Issue Sustainable Architecture and Design.
  13. Shealy, T., Valdes, R., Klotz, L., Cribbs, J., Godwin, A, Lock, R., Potvin, G., and Hazari, Z. (2016) "Half of Students Interested in Civil Engineering Do Not Believe in Anthropogenic Climate Change" ASCE, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice.
  14. Shealy, T., Klotz, L., (2016) “Choice Architecture as a Strategy to Encourage Elegant Infrastructure Outcomes” ASCE, Journal of Infrastructure Systems.
  15. Shealy, T., Klotz, L., E., Weber, E., Johnson, E., Greenspan-Bell, R., (2016) “Using Framing Effects to Inform More Sustainable Infrastructure Design Decisions” ASCE, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
  16. Harris, N., Shealy, T., Klotz, L. (2016) “How Exposure to ”Role Model” Projects Can Lead to Decisions for More Sustainable Infrastructure” MDPI. Sustainability.
  17. Shealy, T., and Klotz, L. (2015) “Well-Endowed Rating Systems: How Modified Defaults Can Lead to More Sustainable Performance” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 141 (10), 04015031.
  18. Shealy, T., Valdes, R., Klotz, L., Potvin, G., Goodwin, A., Cribbs, J., and Hazari, Z. (2016) “Career Outcome Expectations Related to Sustainability of Students Intending to Major in Civil Engineering” Journal of Professional Issues In Engineering Education and Practice, 10.1061, 04015008.

Works in Progress

  1. Shealy, T., Ismael, D., Hartmann, A., van Buiten, M., (Submitting 2017) "Mediating Risk Propensity in Engineering Project Decision Making Using Choice Architecture" International Journal of Project Management
  2. Olsen, C.W., Shealy, T., Paige, F., Taylor, J., Anderson, A., Frye, N., Comu, S. (Submitting 2017) "Using Virtual Worlds to Reduce Hidden Profiles in Group Decision Making During the Design of a Bio-Inspired Building" ASCE, Journal of Management in Engineering
  3. Olsen, C.W., Shealy, T., (Submitting 2017) "Beyond Group Think: Bridging Advances in Behavioral Decision Sciences to Emerging Technologies in the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction Industries"
  4. Shealy, T. (Submitting 2017) “A Nudge Towards Energy and Resource Reduction: The Case of LEED Regional Priority Credits” Energy and Buildings.
  5. Hu, M., Shealy, T., Grohs, J., Maczka, D., Panneton, R., (Submitting 2017) "Generating Creative Solutions for Sustainability: Measuring the Cognitive Advantages and Disadvantages of the Undergraduate Engineering Education during Brainstorming Tasks" Journal of Engineering Education.
  6. Geeta, K., Shealy, T. (Submitting 2017) “Minimum Parking Supply and Attitude of Local Authorities: A Case Study of Cities in Virginia.” Journal of Urban Planning and Development.

Select Refereed Proceedings

  1. Lassiter, J., Shealy, T., (2017). "Coast Guard’s Assessment of Risk in Preparing Sustainable Infrastructure due to Climate change" ASCE, Sustainable Infrastructure.
  2. McWhirter, N., Shealy, T. (2017). "Teaching Engineering Design for Sustainability Through An Envision Case Study: An Approach to Overcome Cognitive Bias During Decision Making for Infrastructure" ASCE, Sustainable Infrastructure.
  3. Olsen, C. W., Shealy, T., Paige, F., Taylor, J., Anderson, A., Frye, N., Comu, S. (2017) "Do Virtual Worlds Amplify or Reduce Cognitive Bias in Group Decision Making: An Investigation During the Design of a Bio-Inspired Building" Engineering Project Organization Conference.
  4. Delgado, L., Shealy, T., Garvin, M., Pearce, A. (2017) "Prompting Life Cycle Consideration During the Procurement Process for Government Facilities Equipment: A Choice Architecture Approach to Energy Reduction" Engineering Project Organization Conference.
  5. Shealy, T., Hu, M. (2017) "Evaluating the Potential for Neuro-imaging Methods to Study Engineering Cognition and Project-level Decision Making" Engineering Project Organization Conference.
  6. Shealy, T., Ismael, D., Hartmann, A., van Buiten, M. (2017) "Removing Certainty from the Equation: Using Choice Architecture to Increase Awareness of Risk in Engineering Design Decision Making" Engineering Project Organization Conference. Best Paper Award
  7. Grohs, J., Shealy, T., Maczka, D., Hu, M., Panneton, R., Yang, X. (2017). "Evaluating the Potential of fNIRS Neuroimaging to Study Engineering Problem-solving and Design." American Society of Engineering Education.
  8. Shealy, T., Grohs, J., Hu, M., Maczka, D., Panneton, R., Yang, X. (2017). "Investigating Design Cognition during Brainstorming Tasks with Freshman and Senior Engineering Students using Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy." American Society of Engineering Education.
  9. Shealy, T., Godwin, A., Gardner, H. (2017). "Methods for Measuring the Gap Between Student Awareness and Action to Address Human Caused Climate Change." American Society of Engineering Education.
  10. McWhirter, N., Shealy, T. (2017). "Bridging Engineering and Psychology: Using an Envision Platinum Certified Project to Teach Decision Making for Sustainability." American Society of Engineering Education.
  11. Shealy, T., Klotz, L., Weber, E., Johnson, E., Bell, R. (2016). Alleviating Biases in Infrastructure Decisions for Sustainability: A Summary of Five Experiments and a Call to Action for the Engineering Project Management Research Community.” Engineering Project Organization Conference.
  12. Shealy, T., (2016). "Do Sustainable Buildings Inspire More Sustainable Buildings?” International Conference on Sustainable Design, Engineering and Construction.

Book Sections

  1. Shealy, T., Klotz, L. (2017) “The Choice Architecture of Sustainability Rating Systems – An Approach to Encourage More Sustainable Infrastructure Design Decisions.” Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure: Paths to the Future.