Lynn received her M.A. in Science Education from Northern Michigan University and her B.S. in Horticulture from Michigan State University.
While employed at the Chicago Botanic Garden, she developed and implemented K-12 plant science curriculum and assisted in the procurement of land and the establishment of inner city community gardens.
Lynn also is the Director of the EAST program, which provides support to students who wish to pursue their education and career in STEM fields.
Lynn has been teaching ESP 102 Fundamentals of Environmental Science Lab since 2007.
Her research focus has included integrated pest management and the propagation and production of native perennials.
Whitney, J., Langley-Turnbaugh, S., Lovewell, L., & Moeller, B. (2012). Building relationships, Sharing Resources, and opening opportunities: A STEM learning community builds social capital for students with disabilities. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability. 25, 131-144.
Stumbo, N. J., Martin, J. K., Nordstrom, D., Rolfe, T., Burgstahler, S., Whitney, J., Langley-Turnbaugh, S., Lovewell, L. Moeller, B., Larry, R., Misquez, E. (2010), Evidence-based practices in mentoring students with disabilities: Four case studies. Journal of Science Education for Students with Disability. 14(1), 33-54.
Langley-Turnbaugh, S.J., G. Wilson, and L. Lovewell. 2009. Increasing the accessibility of science for all students. Journal of Science Education for Students with Disabilities 13:1-8.