Bonnie Murray is an Education Specialist working at NASA Langley Research Center. In her role there, she works to plan Teacher Professional Development, education events and new education programing. She is especially involved in the Digital Learning Network, and delivery and implementation of education resources through the DLN. (dln.nasa.gov) She recently left the classroom after almost 20 years of teaching experience. Her most recent assignment was at Kecoughtan High School in Hampton City Schools. She has taught in both Pennsylvania and Virginia ahd has taught science at the middle school and high school level. She has worked as a regular education teacher and a special education teacher. Her passion is engaging students in science research and science content. She especially enjoys infusing technology into instruction whenever possible.
Bonnie earned a BS in Education from Penn State University and is currently working towards a Masters in Geoscience through Mississippi State University. She has completed National Board certification requirements in the area of Early Adolescent Science. She and her husband Tom reside in Suffolk and have four children.