First Name Last Name Institution Email Title
Tim Ahern IRIS Consortium
Bryan Aivazian Natrona County School District Using EarthScope Data in a K-12 Classroom: A Teacher's Perspective
Richard Aster New Mexico Tech
Tammy Baldwin Indiana University Using an AS-1 to Excite Students about Research and Earth Science
Jeff Barker Binghamton University Hands-on, Inquiry-based Teaching Modules in Seismology
James Bartholomew University of South Carolina The SCEPP Experience with Testing Inquiry-based curriculum in South Carolina High Schools.
Mark Benthien Southern California Earthquake Center Electronic Encyclopedia of Earthquakes
Lawrence Braile Purdue University
Robert Butler University of Arizona Facilitating the seismology component of undergraduate Earth System Science courses through USESN.
Jerry Cook All Saints' Episcopal Day School
Steven Croft National Optical Astronomy Observatory Teacher Leaders in Research-Based Science Education: a Successful National Science Initiative
Andrea Dargush Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research Earthquake Hazards Outreach in the Northeastern United States
Michelle Dry Center for Earthquake Research & Information/The University of Memphis
Jim Fowler IRIS
Kevin Furlong Penn State University
Michelle Hall-Wallace University of Arizona
Douglas Haller Denver Museum of Nature & Science  
Michael Hamburger Indiana University An Overview of the U.S. Educational Seismology Network (USESN)
Roger Hansen University of Alaska Fairbanks The Denali EarthScope Education Partnership: Creating Opportunities for Learning About Solid Earth Processes in Alaska and Beyond.
Michael Hubenthal IRIS Consortium TESTING
Eystein S. Husebye Department of Earth Science; Univ. of Bergen Advanced data processing system for Seis/School/Norway project
Alan Jones State University of New York at Binghamton A Suite of Educational Computer Programs for Seismology
Alan Kafka Boston College Research Experiences for Undergraduate Students in an Introducto ry Geophysics Course: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
John Lahr USGS
Elissa Levine NASA/GSFC
Leland Long Georgia Institute of Technology Palm-Pilot exercise for seismology
Juan Lorenzo Louisiana State University A Proposed Seismic Network for Louisiana Public High Schools: SeisMEAUXgraph
Michael Mayhew National Science Foundation
susan mcdonald kansas wesleyan university
Christine Morrow Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) Principles in Connecting Science with K-12 Education
Tom Owens University of South Carolina   Project GEE: Enhancing Education Through Seamless Access to Seismological Data
Gary Pavlis Indiana University
Wayne Pennington Michigan Technological University
Robert Phinney Princeton University What is the future of PEPP?
Marie Renwald Southern Methodist University
Robert Ridky U.S.Geological Survey Utilizing On-Line Seismic Data in th e Introductory Geoscience Course
Leo Sandoval US Geological Survey Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory leo@asl,
Jeff Sayers Northview High School Introducing High School Physics Students to Scientific Research through Seismology: The Northview Seismic Station
Clark Sherman Charleston Southern University
Ken Smith Seismological Laboratory Nevada Educational Seismic “Network”
Darell Speer COPEPP (Colorado Princton Earth Physics Project)
William Steele University of Washington
John Taber IRIS
Marianne Weingroff DLESE/UCAR DLESE and the USESN
Laura Wetzel Eckerd College Geophysics for First-Year Undergraduates
Wendi J. W. Williams University of Arkansas at Little Rock Meeting the Learning Needs of a More Diverse Population: Applying Universal Design to Earth Scope Efforts