Mark Terry

B.A. (Anthropology), University of Washington; course work (History and Philosophy), Pomona College; Doctoral work (Physical Anthropology), University of Washington; M.A.T. (Science Education), Cornell University.

Mark taught in the Project Open Future program, at the Oakwood School in California, at the Overlake School in Redmond, and in public schools in New York and Oregon. He wrote Teaching for Survival (1971), and the first environmental education guidelines for Washington State (1976). He is a member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology and is a leader in the national effort to defend and strengthen the teaching of evolution in the nation's public schools, recognized for this work as the 2011 recipient of the Evolution Education Award of the American Institute of Biological Sciences/National Biology Teachers Association. Mark retired from NWS in 2015.

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