Lindsey graduated from the Master's program in ESGP, where she studied the effect of stream geomorphology on aquatic-to-terrestrial contaminant transfer via aquatic emergent insects. During this time, she became adjunct faculty at Zane State College, where she continues to teach courses in Limnology and Environmental Science. She is pursuing a doctorate with a goal of teaching environmental, biological, and ecological courses in higher education and making these subjects relevant to a wider audience than science majors. She is interested in how environmental education can positively affect various demographics such as those with close rural ties, non-traditional college students, and non-science majors.
Advisors: Kristi Lekies and Mazeika Sullivan