Ms. Lynne Hehr
|Degrees||M.S. University of Arkansas, Geology, 1996|
|B.S. University of Arkansas, Geology|
|B.S. Ed. Indiana University, cum laude|
Lynne H. Hehr, retired director of the Center for Mathematics and Science Education, the Arkansas NASA Educator Resource Center, and the NW Arkansas partnership for the Arkansas Discovery Network has been a link between a link between K-12 science, mathematics and technology education and the UA research community for over fifteen years. As such, her main responsibilities are linking students and educators to materials, resources and personnel while providing professional development for K-20 pre- and in-service teachers. She also directs outreach events for the University such as the NW Arkansas Regional Science and Engineering Fair, the NW Arkansas Regional Junior Academy of Sciences, and University Days. Several of her professional development credits include being 1) national board member for the Triangle Coalition, 2) certified GEMS < www.lhsgems.org/ > associate, 3) certified SEPUP < www.lhs.berkeley.edu/sepup/ > trainer, 4) NASA < http://www.nasa.gov/ > materials trainer, 5) GLOBE < http://www.globe.gov/ > scientist trainer/state partner, and 6) conference chair for the Arkansas Curriculum Conference. In the course of her work with the University of Arkansas, Lynne has been PI, CI or partner on more than $12 million grant funded projects. Specific interests include environmental and earth science education.