- Associate Director of Online Programs
Dr. Lindsey received her Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degrees in wildlife biology from Texas A&M University. She directs CLiGS online programs, including both the Online and Global formats of the Masters in Natural Resources (online MNR and GMNR, respectively), the Graduate Certificate in Natural Resources (GCNR), the Graduate Certificate in Global Sustainability (GCGS), and online CliGS Academy offerings. In this capacity, she advises students, mentors online faculty, and develops courses and curriculum. Dr. Lindsey’s research interests include urban ecology and wildlife, as well as human-wildlife interface. She is the editor of the Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation, a regular contributor to Pest Control Technology Magazine, and wildlife guru and blogger for NPR’s Car Talk.
Urban wildlife; human-wildlife interface; human-wildlife conflict management; urban ecosystems; distance learning
- Almost everything you ever wanted to know about MOOCs… or how to stop grading papers and start changing the world. 2014. Plenary presentation, Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources, Auburn University.
- Unlikely wilderness, hidden opportunity: Reconnecting people and wildlife to save the planet and our profession. 2013. Plenary presentation, The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting – Texas Chapter, Houston.
- Outside inside: Fieldwork activities in the virtual and non-virtual biology classroom. 2012. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
- Anthropogenic ecosystems: The influence of people on urban wildlife populations. 2011. Urban Ecology: Patterns, Processes, and Applications. Oxford University Press.
- The road less traveled: Subarus, squirrels, and the search for stakeholders. 2011. Plenary presentation, International Urban Wildlife Management Conference, Austin, Texas.
- Privatization and regulatory oversight of commercial wildlife control activities in the United States. 2007. PhD Dissertation. Texas A&M University.
- Urban Wildlife Management (1st and 2nd ed.). 2009, 2005. Taylor & Francis Group.
- Natural resource agency response to public queries on wildlife rehabilitation topics. 2006. Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation 28(2):13-19.
- Public demand for information and assistance at the human-wildlife interface.2006. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 11(4):267-283.
- A national assessment of wildlife information transfer to the public. 2003. MS Thesis. Texas A&M University.