1995 | Ph.D., Biological Oceanography, University of Rhode Island - Graduate School of Oceanography
1989 | B.S., Atmospheric and Oceanic Science, University of Michigan - College of Engineering
2005 – Present | Director of Outreach Education, School of Earth Sciences, Stanford University
2000 – 2005 | Education Manager, Farallones Marine Sanctuary Assoication, San Francisco, CA
2000 | Coordinator of Teacher Programs, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL
1998 – 2000 | Coordinator of Adult and Family Programs, Adler Planetarium, Chicago, IL
1997 – 1998 | Adjunct Assistant Professor, U.S. Naval Academy
1996 | Adjunct Assistant Professor, Millersville University, Pennsylvania
2007 – 2010 | Co-Chair of Graduate Mentoring Committee, Association for Women in Science
2005 (Fall) | GES 218 Communicating Ocean Sciences
2006 (Fall) | GES 218 Communicating Ocean Sciences
2008 (Fall) | GES 218 Communicating Ocean Sciences
2010 (Spring) | EESS 8 The Oceans
Jennifer's program support the science research programs in the School of Earth Sciences.
Jennifer particapted as the Education Officer on the JOIDES Resolution in spring 2011. https://pangea.stanford.edu/news/gallery/costa-rican-seismogenesis-project-joides-resolution
Jennifer teaches EarthSci 218: Communicating Science and EarthSys 8: The Oceans to Stanford Students. Most of her teaching is for K-12 teachers and students in Outreach Education.
Jennifer oversees and coordinates the outreach education programs for the School of Earth Sciences. Using her training as scientists, she brings excitement to sharing our understanding of Earth with students, teachers and people of all ages.