Position: Research Associate
Office Location and Hours: ED 504F, Mondays, 1:30-3:30 & Wednesdays, 11-1:00
PhD Environmental Science & Management (Environmental Science Education Research)
Dr. Kelley’s research interests focus on the roles that educational partnerships can play in supporting science literacy for all learners, particularly teachers and K-12 students. She is also interested in how systems—educational and food systems, in particular—can be redesigned and restructured to build a sustainable future.
Current Projects/Grant Funded Work:
Supporting GTEP revision and elementary education minor; strengthening science in elementary education; connecting informal and formal science education experiences for learners; sustainability education in schools and informal learning environments.
Urban Farm Education (ELP 510)
Multicultural & Urban Education (C&I 514)
Winter & Spring:
Advanced Global Political Ecology (ELP 548)
Integrated Methods (C&I—elementary science methods)