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.
is adjunct faculty in the math and science department at Gateway Community College
and the biology department at Sacred Heart University
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
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.
is currently a doctoral candidate at Antioch University
and a Donella Meadows Fellow.
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.
Karin Jakubowski - CV November 2013.doc