|2008-Present:||Director of Educational Programs, CLASSE|
|2001-2008:||Education and Outreach Coordinator, LEPP|
|1995-2001:||Science Teacher, Catalina Foothills School District|
|1994-1995:||Biology Teacher, Amphitheater Unified School District|
2018: PhD in Science Education, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY
2001: Master of Science, College of Science, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ
1994: Bachelor of Science in Biological Science, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff AZ
The role of collaboration in innovation and knowledge acquisition; engineering design activities as a vehicle for teaching science; building resilience or "grit" through science and engineering practices; the role of purposeful play in teaching science in the elementary setting.
- Hine, L. (2016). The use of design challenges as a method for teaching elementary students the collaborative skills needed to practice science and engineering. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education. Manuscript submitted for publication.
- Hine, L., Podsiedlik, M., Avery, M. and Herman, E. (2016). Developing a partnership model to spark interest in STEM among rural learners. Excelsior Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 10(1), 57-71
- Hine, L., Herman, A. and Fontes, E. (2013). Student initiative drives education at CHESS. Synchrotron Radiation News. 26(1), 25-29