Baccalaureate Adjunct Faculty
M.S. in Conservation Biology at Antioch University New England.
Lindsay Webb, M.S., is an Adjunct Faculty for Distance Education at Unity College. She has a Master of Science Degree from Antioch University New England and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Franklin Pierce University. Her M.S. degree in conservation biology focused on non-invasive techniques of wildlife monitoring and understanding how morphological traits of mammal hair could be used in identification. Lindsay has worked for state agencies as a Park Ranger, Wildlife Biologist, and Environmental Educator. Some of her fieldwork highlights include managing a captive rearing facility for the Karner blue butterfly, implementing survey routes for Canada lynx, and performing prescribed burning for wildlife habitat management. She is also experienced in providing technical assistance to towns, conservation organizations, and landowners on conservation planning, wildlife habitat management, and outdoor recreational access. Lindsay is a Certified Wildlife Biologist and a Certified National Geographic Educator. She enjoys connecting students to a career outdoors by sharing about her own experiences.