This week's episode is an interview of Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council…
Today’s episode is an interview between Hannah and our special guest, Julie Dauer. Stick along to learn more about her journey at the ELC and what she’s up to now! #BEEeducated[1:07] Q1 Is there a particular outdoor experience or natural area that you especially connected with when you were growing up? [2:48] Q2 What made you switch career paths from nursing to natural resource management? [4:02] Q3 Do you see any aspects of nursing that also hit on ecological values? [5:30] Q4 Thorne Nature Experience [7:15] Q5 What brought you to work at the Hydromet? [10:43] Q6 Do you have any techniques for speaking to customers/students? [11:53] Q7 Specific teaching experience that is memorable? [13:47] Q8 Was there another teaching challenge that you’ve struggled with and have you found particular ways of overcoming them? [15:57] Q9 What do you think it was about this educator role that led you to realize the importance of inclusivity in environmental education? [17:23] Q10 What does access look like today?
CSU’s Environmental Learning Center:
“The Colorado State University Environmental Learning Center aims to connect people to nature through high-quality environmental education experiences in and about the environment. As a learning lab within the Warner College of Natural Resources, we train and mentor future leaders in the field and bring the passion and expertise within the college to the outside community.”
Show notes can be found here.