GES Instructors

Dale Lockwood

Dale Lockwood

Dale Lockwood is the Academic Coordinator for SoGES. He provides advising to the undergraduates minoring in Global Environmental Sustainability, works with the Curriculum Committee to design and develop new courses and curricula in sustainability and meets with students interested in learning more about SoGES and the courses offered. A population ecologist, his work involves the analysis of complex population dynamics of rangeland grasshoppers, modeling larval dispersal in marine organisms...

Eugene Kelly

Gene Kelly

Temporary Assignment with NEON

Gene Kelly is the Deputy Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and Associate Dean for Extension in the College of Agricultural Science. He is a professor of pedology, has served as the head of the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, and as the SoGES Assistant Director of Research and Development since 2009. Gene’s scientific specialization is in pedology and geochemistry and his current research centers on the influence of...

Jacey Cerda

Jacey Cerda

I am an instructor and attorney working at the interface of science, law, and policy. My classes explore these interfaces and encourage students to think critically about how science and law can work together or in opposition in the world we live in today. I also continue to work as a litigator. My academic research interests primarily revolve around food system policy, biodiversity conservation and public health, and how law and science can be properly integrated to produce on the ground,...

Suellen Melzer

Suellen Melzer

Dr. Suellen Melzer is from the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences and School of Global Environmental Sustainability. Her studies include Pedological and Geological determinants of biogeochemical cycles in the context of global change; soil-water-plant interactions.