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Lawhon, Lydia Anne Instructor

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Research

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  • natural resources management and policy, local citizen and stakeholder engagement in policy processes, coalition dynamics, environmental studies pedagogy

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Teaching

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  • ENVM 6002 - Capstone Innovation Lab 2
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
    Providing hands-on, learning-by-doing experiences, while also providing client organizations with solutions to complex problems and useful products. Projects can take place in-residence with a client, when appropriate. Project ideas will be codeveloped by students and industry, government, or non-profit partners and will be guided and evaluated by a committee of ENVS faculty. Required for all MENV students.
  • ENVM 6003 - Capstone Project
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2018 / Summer 2019
    Providing hands-on, learning-by-doing experiences, while also providing client organizations with solutions to complex problems and useful products. Projects can take place in-residence with a client, when appropriate. Project ideas will be codeveloped by students and industry, government, or non-profit partners and will be guided and evaluated by a committee of ENVS faculty. Required for all MENV students.
  • ENVM 6004 - Capstone Innovation Lab 3
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    Providing hands-on, learning-by-doing experiences, while also providing client organizations with solutions to complex problems and useful products. Projects can take place in-residence with a client, when appropriate. Project ideas will be codeveloped by students and industry, government, or non-profit partners and will be guided and evaluated by a committee of ENVS faculty. Required for all MENV students.
  • ENVM 6100 - Special Topics for Master of the Environment Program
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019 / Fall 2019
    A variety of topics not currently offered in curriculum; offered depending on instructor availability and student demand.
  • ENVS 5701 - Policy, Politics and Management: Foundations
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    Examines concepts related to policy and regulatory processes, institutions and management of the environment and natural resources. Explores environmental laws at the international, national, state and local levels as well as how the processes and institutions at various levels of government help shape laws and their implementation. Focuses on policy tools including property rights, regulation, voluntary compliance and market-based mechanisms.

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