SUS 102 Introduction to Environmental Science and Sustainability
Lorien Reynolds became an instructor for the Sustainability Double-degree Program in Fall 2016. Lorien currently teaches SUS 102 Introduction to Environmental Sciences and Sustainability. She earned a BS in Environmental Biology from Humboldt State University in 2005 and a PhD in Biology from University of Oregon in 2016. Her doctoral research focused on the role of soils in the regulation of global climate, specifically how ongoing climate change may interact with soil organic matter accumulation and decomposition. She is an ecosystem ecologist and naturalist, loving best the discovery of new worlds and perspectives in the smallest patch of moss, the most complex global biogeochemical cycles, or in the minds of her colleagues and students. As an educator, she is dedicated to promoting science literacy, and the understanding that science is not simply an accumulation of knowledge, but a means of learning how to ask and answer questions and how to understand and define the realm of uncertainty.
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College of Agricultural Sciences
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
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