​Glen Sterr

B.A., Summa Cum Laude (History), Seattle University; M.A. (History), Cornell University; completed doctoral studies (Cultural/Intellectual History), Cornell University.

Glen worked at The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, and as a news reporter for The Seattle Times. He taught at Cornell University and Ripon College in Wisconsin before returning to Seattle and joining the NWS Humanities Department in 1982. He founded the school's Outdoor/Wilderness Education Program in 1984, served as Upper School Director from 1992-2009, and became Dean of Faculty in fall 2009. Glen is an avid outdoorsman, backpacker, touring cyclist, paddler (kayak and canoe), sailor, skier, and mountaineer, with first ascents in the Cascades and Olympic Mountains.

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