Enid Lotstein joined the BCC History Department in 2011. She earned her MA and PhD from Rutgers University and her BA from Barnard College, Columbia University. Dr. Lotstein has co-authored, "Conflicting Scientific, Managerial, and Societal Perspectives on Resource Use: The Case of Coastal Dunes" in Geographical Review 79(1): 1–12.
Her current research interests include geographic education, including geographic careers and geo-humanistic teaching techniques using poetry writing. Dr. Lotstein has also partnered in GIS research on uncertainty with Dr. C. Kessler, resulting in the 2018 entry “Animation as a Visual Indicator of Positional Uncertainty in Geographic Information” in A. Mansourian et al. (eds.), Geospatial Technologies for All, Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography.
Her community service pursuits include union advocacy, faith-based environmental practices, and local initiatives to eradicate hunger. She has also worked in the field of environmental impact analysis as a land use planner and public involvement specialist.