|My Wife Daniela|
I am fascinated by the application of environmental sustainability in developing countries, studying the function alpine ecosystems, and the interplay between Christian theological understanding and environmental stewardship.
I earned a B.S. in Forestry from the University of Illinois, an M.S. in Forest Management from Stephen F. Austin State University, and a Ph.D. in Forest Science from Colorado State University. Curiosity resulted in a Masters in Divinity from the Assembly of God Theological Seminary. I enjoy exploring marine ecosystems and I have a PADI Dive master certification.
Steinkamp, E.A. 2018. Plenary Talk entitled “Great Power, Responsibility, Reproduction and Days off.” Symposium on Stewardship and sustainability, Evangel University.
Steinkamp, E.A. 2018. Breakout Session entitled “Lessons from Joseph on Climate Change.” Symposium on Stewardship and sustainability, Evangel University.
Steinkamp, E.A. 2018. Breakout Session entitled “Stewardship, Sustainability and their Inverse Relationship to Poverty.” Symposium on Stewardship and sustainability, Evangel University.
Steinkamp, E.A. and B. Schmidly. 2015 Presentation and Paper on “A changing climate for Pentecostals: How theology, ethics and politics impact decisions on climate change.” Society of Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting on Worship, the Arts, and The Spirit.
DellaSala, D.A., J. Furnish, E. Steinkamp. 2010. Hope in an era of climate change: Roadless Areas in National Forests. Earthjustice.org/features/oradless-areas-in-national-forests-balancedprotection-for-the-future-hope-in-an-era-of-climate-change.
Ecology, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management, Evolutionary theories, Community Development, Marine Biology, Microbiology, Northwest Ecology, Sustainable Development, and others.