Lynne H. Hehr is the director of the University of Arkansas Center for Mathematics and Science Education, the Arkansas NASA Educator Resource Center, and the University of Arkansas Discovery Zone museum in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She has been a formal and informal education link between the Arkansas K-12 science, mathematics and technology education and research community for more than 15 years. As such, her main responsibilities are connecting K-12 students and educators to materials, resources and personnel while providing professional development for K-16 pre- and in-service teachers. She chairs the annual state educator Arkansas Curriculum Conference, directs the Northwest Arkansas Regional Science and Engineering Fair for 5th-12th grade students, and serves on local and national boards for the betterment of lifelong learners. She was trained as a concert pianist, preformed in a dance troupe in college and is a geologist by education.
SOLAR SYSTEM AMBASSADOR MASTER TEACHER
Past Events Hosted By This Ambassador:
UA Science Cafe: The State of Education in Arkansas Informal discussion
Super Saturday Landforms and Mapping teacher workshop
Super Saturday: The Highs and Lows of the Atmosphere teacher workshop
NASA Night: Newtonian Rockets teacher workshop
Super Saturday: Climate and Climate Classification teacher workshop