Gene Myers

Professor · he/him


I teach in the ENVS human ecology core, and in the Education and Eco-Social Justice emphasis. My core training is in interdisciplinary psycho-social human development across the lifespan, and qualitative / quantitative research methods. I have taught a broad range of interdisciplinary content including environmental history, philosophy, ethics, psychology, natural-cultural history for educators, including several courses at the graduate level. I use a range of theoretical, critical-dialogical, and applied / practical / experiential pedagogies, the latter including students working with campus stakeholders, and schools, agencies or NGO community partner groups and  institutions.


PhD and MA Psychology and Human Development, University of Chicago; BS Human Ecology, Western Washington University