Stacy Lynn

Interviewing local women in Kenya
Giraffe closeup
Research group at Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya
African students with animal posters done in local style
African field crew in front of Land Rover


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Dr. Lynn’s current research projects focus on research mentoring of undergraduate students, mixed-method qualitative and quantitative social-ecological research, water governance and use decisions in northwestern Kenya, extreme events, land use change, climate and risk in developing regions of the world, and advancing the theory of citizen science approaches and ethics of citizen science via the citizen science research platform, Dr. Lynn is currently lead instructor for ESS’s Skills for Undergraduate Participation in Research (SUPER) program, and is mentoring 15 undergraduate student fellows in conducting student-driven research in Kenya and Tanzania via the East Africa – International Research Experience for Students (EA-IRES) program.

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