I moved to Vermont to pursue a master’s degree; I completed my studies in the UVM Field Naturalist Program in 2015. My mission as a teacher (and learner) centers on building, questioning, studying, and reframing our relationships with one another and with the natural world. As a lecturer in Rubenstein, I teach Natural and Cultural History of Vermont (NR 9) for transfer students and lead a discussion section for Race and Culture in Natural Resources (NR 6). I also supervise interns pursuing their K-12 teaching license in the Secondary Education Department.
Areas of Expertise and/or Research
Instructional programs: Natural Resources; Sustainability, Ecology and Policy
Expertise: Field-based science, environmental education, relationship of people and place
- MS University of Vermont Field Naturalist Program 2015
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