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Mackenzie Peterson
Staff Research Scientist, STEM Education Program and Curriculum Lead

Mackenzie Peterson began working for DRI’s K-12 Education program, Science Alive, in October of 2013, shortly after graduating from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies. As the Green Box Administrator, Mackenzie is responsible for overseeing the development of new curriculum units and maintaining the growth and ongoing improvement of the Green Box program.

Program(s)

 

Conference Proceedings
2018
Gulling, A. J., Rosen, C. S., Peterson, M. L., Madison, L. M. (2018). What Do You Get When You Cross a Scientist with a Teacher? A True Collaborative Journey!, 2018 NSTA National Conference: Atlanta, GA, March 17, 2018

Peterson, M. L., Madison, L. M. (2018). Spaceward bound, exploring life in extreme environments, Nevada State Science Teachers Association Annual Conference 2018: A science odyssey, February 10, 2018-February 10, 2018

2017
Rosen, C. S., Peterson, M. L. (2017). What Happens in Vegas Ends Up Going to the Landfill: A Unique Partnership Highlighting the Vegas Waste Stream, 2017 NSTA STEM Forum & Expo: Orlando, FL, July 13, 2017, Presented.
Other
2018
Peterson, M. L., Madison, L. M. (2018). Exploring microclimates, living schoolyard activity guide, Living Schoolyard Activity guide: United States edition (2018), 178, GReen schoolyards america