Science in Motion - Staff
Science in Motion Staff
Wendy K. Martin
717-361-1305 | email@example.com
STEM Education Outreach Director
2012 M.S., Lebanon Valley College
1993 B.S., Education, Millersville University
Responsibilities since joining Elizabethtown College in 2009 include Site Director and Mobile Educator for Science in Motion, Site Coordinator for the ASSET, Inc., Teacher Professional Development Program, Community Science Programming, Afterschool Science Clubs and Adjunct Education Professor . In Brief: Wendy K. Martin joined the Education Department in July 2013 as the Science Education Outreach Director. Prior to coming to Elizabethtown, Wendy was the Community Outreach Director with Pennsylvania Farm Bureau where her main responsibilities included providing educational programming about PA agriculture and coordinating the Ag in the Classroom Institute. Additionally, she was the Project Coordinator with Penn State’s Capital Area Institute for Mathematics and Science, where she provided hands-on science professional development for Early Childhood teachers. She loves spending time with family, gardening, cooking and baking.
717-361-1574 | firstname.lastname@example.org
SIM Mobile Educator
2017 BA Biblical Studies, Lancaster Bible College
Karen joined Elizabethtown College in 2019 as the Mobile Educator for Science in Motion. Prior to joining Etown, Karen taught science in both the private and public school sectors including Biology at Elizabethtown High School. Her STEM and hands-on approach to science encompass over twenty-five years of experience in the following subjects: Physical Science, Biology, and Anatomy with Marine Biology and Botany electives. Karen’s favorite experiences include: a Woods Hole Marine Biological Cruise, shark dissection, and the Orlando, FL Science Olympiad. Her hobbies include yoga, bicycle riding, and gardening.
717-361-1716 | email@example.com
Science in Motion Mobile Educator-Computer Science/Technology Focus
Allen joined Elizabethtown College in 2022 as a Mobile Educator with Science in Motion. Before coming to the program, Allen taught technology classes at St. Joan of Arc School, Hershey Elementary School and Milton Hershey High School. He has twenty-five years of experience in teaching Computers, Technology, STEM and STEAM. He also has experience with programming and was raised on technology by his father, who had the first computer lab in Central Pennsylvania in the early 1970s. When not teaching, his hobbies include writing novels and playing golf with his sons.