Stephanie is the Education Coordinator at the Flathead Lake Biological Station, working to connect local K-12 students with the amazing resources and ongoing research at the Station. Born and raised in Ohio, Stephanie moved to Montana during the summer of 2016 to work as an Interpretive Park Ranger at Glacier National Park. While at Glacier, she worked extensively with local students through the park’s Education Division and coordinated the park’s distance learning program. She has also worked as a ranger at Rocky Mountain National Park and Zion National Park. During her undergraduate career, she spent a summer conducting research on Lake Erie and is excited to return to limnology and teach students about the amazing watershed this area protects.
In her free time, Stephanie enjoys running, hiking, gardening, backpacking, and cross country skiing.
Master of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, 2015
BA, Environmental Geology and Environmental Studies, Case Western Reserve University, 2014
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