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The Education Department interprets and communicates the research of our scientists and watershed restoration staff for many different audiences by developing and delivering K-12 school programs, training and professional development workshops, community outreach events, and curricula.

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Education Staff

Steve Kerlin, Ph.D.

Steve Kerlin, Ph.D.

Director of Education
David Kline

David Kline

Watershed Education Specialist
Tara Muenz

Tara Muenz

Assistant Director of Education, Leaf Pack Network® Administrator
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Mandy Nix

Watershed Education Specialist

Education News

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Uncharted WATERS: sustaining a meaningful student teaching experience amidst a global pandemic via an online STEM curriculum
Marcum-Dietrich, N.I., C. Stunkard, Z. Krauss, and S. Kerlin. 2021. Current Issues in Middle Level Education 25(2): article 3.
Full STEAM Ahead: Delivering Education Programming to Girls’  Doorsteps
Full STEAM Ahead: Delivering Education Programming to Girls’ Doorsteps
The freshwater-focused activities can be completed without professional instruction, advanced technologies, English language fluency, or access to high-quality green spaces.
Diana Oviedo-Vargas downloading data from a sensor located in White Clay Creek to a field laptop.
Oviedo-Vargas Shares Her STEM Career Journey
The Stroud Center biogeochemist was featured in a women-in-STEM webinar series hosted by EarthEcho International.
David Bressler providing C-SAW technical assistance to volunteers of the Silver Lake Nature Center.
Helping Watershed Groups Through Education and Mentorship
The Consortium for Scientific Assistance to Watersheds has helped over 42,000 Pennsylvanians pursue watershed monitoring, protection, and restoration.
Photo of Chief Quiet Thunder outdoors with a display of Lenni Lenape items.
A Living Legacy: Stroud Water Research Center Celebrates the Life of Chief Quiet Thunder
His boundless legacy and life’s work honoring indigenous peoples, humanity, and the earth will inspire us all for generations to come.
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Creek Critters a Finalist for Excellence in Hands-On Science Book Award
The AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books celebrates outstanding science writing and illustration for children and young adults.