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Social and Environmental Research Institute

Suite 47 664 Main Street

Amherst, Massachusetts 01002

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Manager for Biodiversity High School Science Research Program and After School Program Coordinator

American Museum of Natural History

Adjunct Professor

University of New Haven

Science Education Consultant

CREC

Science Education Consultant

Capitol Region Education Council

Adjunct Biology Professor

Sacred Heart University

Coordinator, Northeast Science Center Collaboration

Clean Air-Cool Planet Inc

Affiliations

Fellow
Sustainability Institute

Education

Bachelor

Animal Science

master

environmental conservation studies/marine affairs

Web References (35 Total References)


People | seri-us.org

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Karin Jakubowski Research Assistant


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SERI researcher Karin Jakubowski, who is also doctoral candidate at Antioch University - New England, continues to collect data on the behavior of snorkelers at coral reefs in Puerto Rico. Karin's doctoral research is closely related to an earlier project SERI undertook with funding from NOAA's coral reef conservation program. During two trips to Puerto Rico in the fall of 2014 and winter of 2015, Karin continued to work with collaborating tourism companies to collect data on the behavior of tourists at coral reefs.


Karin Jakubowski - Sustainability Leaders Network

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Karin Jakubowski
Clean Air-Cool Planet, Coordinator, Northeast Science Center Collaboration
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As coordinator of the Northeast Science Center Collaborative, Karin works with more than 70 member organizations, bridging the gap between the public's understanding of global warming and the science of climate change. She manages seven programs that help science center educators become familiar with climate science and provide resources, trainings, and solutions. Karin's goal is to help members feel comfortable teaching about the topic and implementing solutions in their communities.
Prior to this position, Karin held adjunct professorships and worked for more than nine years in museums and science centers. She has been a naturalist and guide in New York's Central Park; Cape Cod, Massachusetts; and Southeast Alaska. Karin has a MSc in Environmental Conservation Studies/Marine Affairs and a Certificate in Conservation Biology.


Karin | seri-us.org

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Karin Jakubowski Research Assistant

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Karin Jakubowski has worked in the resource conservation field for the past 15 years as a researcher, lecturer, and community outreach educator. For the past three years she has been at the Social and Environmental Research Institute researching the recreational misuse of coral reefs in Puerto Rico and assessing the impact of interventions and other factors that may influence visitors to practice environmentally responsible behaviors around coral reefs. Karin is adjunct faculty in the math and science department at Gateway Community College and the biology department at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. For the past four years she has been instructing climate and energy professional development workshops for middle and high school teachers through the eesmarts program, an energy education learning initiative managed by the Capital Region Education Council (CREC). Prior to these positions, Karin managed a climate change science and outreach program for educators and professionals working at science centers across the northeast. Karin's academic training spans three disciplines including the life sciences, marine policy, and environmental education. She holds a bachelors in animal science, a masters in marine resource management and environmental education, and a certificate in conservation biology. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Antioch University and a Donella Meadows Fellow. Previously she held adjunct appointments at Albertus Magnus College and the City University of New York. Prior to these appointments, Karin had more than eight years experience working in museums and science centers including the American Museum of Natural History in New York, the New York Aquarium, the Newark Museum and the Staten Island Zoo. She has been a naturalist in New York's Central Park, at Cape Cod's salt marshes, and on board a tourism vessel in southeast Alaska.
CV (pdf) application/msword icon Karin Jakubowski - CV November 2013.doc


SusHI | Sustainability in Hawai`i ยป systems thinking on leadership: meadows fellows

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Karin Jakubowski Coordinator, Northeast Science Center Collaboration Clean Air-Cool Planet Northford, Connecticut

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