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Lynn Terrien

Lynn Terrien

Outreach and Education Coordinator
MAC 218
Natural & Applied Sciences

Lynn is the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the school-based Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. This program is a collaborative watershed education and stream monitoring program focused on identifying non point source pollution within the Fox River watershed. Lynn is a graduate from UW-Milwaukee where she earned her BS in Environmental Science.  She earned her teaching certification at UW-Green Bay and her Masters in Environmental Education at UW-Stevens Point.  Lynn taught at Green Bay Southwest High School for 26 years where she was one of the original teachers monitoring for the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. Lynn enjoyed the hands on field work that this project provided to her students and saw many students pursue science careers after their experience. She has now come full circle in retirement from teaching to continue in the role of coordinator for the program.
Awards and Recognitions:  Lynn received the WSST Regional Award for Science Excellence in 1998,  Golden Apple Award from the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce in 2001, and the Brown County Environmental Educator Award in 2012.