Lindsey Payne Haugen
Director, Service Learning; Assistant Professor of Practice in Environmental and Ecological Engineering
- Expertise at the intersection of sustainability, teaching and learning, and engagement focusing on transdisciplinary decision-making in community-engaged design
- Involved in local sustainability, including water quality programs, climate action planning committees, and environmental policy boards
- Hawes, J., R. Johnson, L. Payne, et al. (2021). Global service-learning: A systematic review of principle and practice. International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement 9(1): Article 11.
- Payne, L. and B. Jesiek. (2018). Enhancing Transdisciplinary Learning through Community-Based Design Projects. International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering 13(1): 1-52.
- Church, Sarah P., L.B. Payne, S. Peel, L.S. Prokopy. (2018). Beyond Water Data: Benefits to volunteers and to local water from a citizen science program. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management: 1-21.
- Latta, M., T. M. Kruger, L. Payne, L. Weaver, J. L. VanSickle. (2017). Approaching Critical Service-Learning: Examining Social Change during a Year-Long Faculty Fellowship. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 22(2): 31-56.
- Payne, L. and D.P. Shepardson. (2015). Practitioners' Views on Useful Knowledge for Climate Change Adaptation Projects. Sustainable Development 23(6): 355-368.
Awards and Honors
- Teaching Academy Fellow, Purdue University (2021)
- Exceptional Teaching & Instructional Support during the COVID-19 Pandemic Award, Purdue University (2020)
- Society for Environmental & Ecological Engineers Instructional Excellence Award, Purdue University (2019)
- University Residences Most Outstanding Faculty Award, Purdue University (2017)
- Community Spirit Award, Purdue University (2016)