Texas Tech University

Stephanie Lockwood, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor of Practice
Biology

Stephanie Lockwood serves as a professor for the Texas Tech at Waco Biology program. She has been teaching for TTU since 2006, and moved to the TTU at Waco extension site in 2014. Stephanie teaches Ecology and Evolution core biology courses, as well as Invertebrate Zoology, Insect Diversity, Medical Entomology, Field Ecology and Tropical Marine Biology electives. Dr. Lockwood and Professor Stephanie Randell (McLennan Community College) run the Texas Integrative Diving and Ecological Studies Laboratory (TIDES) and lead students in undergraduate research in coral reef ecology. Students develop their own research projects and then study abroad to complete their projects on the Mesoamerican Coral Reef in Roatan, Honduras.

Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, kayaking and scuba diving. Stephanie is working on being a Dive Control Specialist diver.

Stephanie Lockwood

Education

  • Ph.D., Specialization: Biology - Entomology, Texas Tech University
  • M.S., Specialization: Zoology – Entomology, Eastern New Mexico University
  • B.S., Major: Geology; Minor: Biology, Eastern New Mexico University
  • A.A.S., Major: Avionics Systems Technology, Community College of the Air Force