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Tim Lindstrom is a graduate student in the Nelson Institute pursuing a doctoral degree in Environment & Resources.  He has completed an Energy Analysis & Policy certificate and serves as the student representative for the EAP program.  He also has worked with DoIT Academic Technology to develop an educational mobile app game that highlights sustainable features of the UW-Madison campus.

Tim’s research focuses on place-based sustainability education.  He has developed several laboratory activities for Environmental Studies 126 that explore campus energy use related to lighting and water.  He is interested in cooperation between faculty and campus operations to create opportunities for environmental education using the UW-Madison campus as a living, learning laboratory.

Tim completed his undergraduate degree in physics at North Park University in Chicago in 2006.  After working for several years as the physics lab supervisor at Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, Illinois, he moved to Sweden where he spent two years teaching science at the Internationella Engelska Skolan, a bilingual middle school in Gävle.

Office: Science Hall, room 88

Email: timothy.lindstrom@wisc.edu

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