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Ms. Chasidy Hobbs

  • Position: Instructor and Director of Conservation
  • Department: Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Office Location: Building 13, Room 222A
  • Campus: 850.474.2735
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Chasidy Hobbs is an Instructor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, where she teaches several classes along with managing the internship program. She is also the UWF Director of Conservation. Hobbs has both a B.S. and an M.S. in Environmental Science from UWF.

A faculty member since 2007 Hobbs' focus is on teaching, community engagement, career advising, and directing both the UWF Community Garden and Argos' Edible Campus programs. She serves on several boards of directors for both professional and non-profit organizations. Hobbs won a Distinguished Faculty Service Award in 2014 and 2020, the SGA Distinguished Teaching Award in 2020 and 2021, and the UWF Community Service Award in 2020.

Degrees & Institutions

M.S. Environmental Science, University of West Florida
B.S. Environmental Science, University of West Florida

Classes Taught

  • Environmental Aspects of Urban Growth
  • Community Engagement through Environmental Science 
  • Foundations in Environmental Science
  • Honors Environmental Science 
  • Honors seminar 
  • Introduction to Environmental Science
  • Practicum in Environmental Science
  • Senior Seminar

Keywords: community environmental education and outreach, cultural geography, sustainable food systems, edible landscapes, Pensacola environment, enforcement of environmental regulations, K-12 environmental education