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Site Assistants

All of the people listed below played an integral part in creating and adapting portions of the climate education websites. Without these people, the websites would not exist.

Original Creators

Megan Hall wrote most of the content and developed the material for each site as well as adapted K-12 activities, implemented contextual examples for all audiences, and completed the edits for the site while working on her B.S. in Meteorology and her MAT in Teaching at North Carolina State University.

Dan McKemy wrote most of the content and developed the material for the site while working toward his B.S. in Meteorology at North Carolina State University.

Amy Lee wrote most of the content and developed the material for the site while working toward her B.S. in Meteorology at North Carolina State University.


Anantha Aiyyer, a climate dynamics expert and faculty member in the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences (MEAS) at NC State University provided the primary course outline of the topics without the websites and his scientific expertise on the climate education websites.

Heather Dinon Aldridge with the State Climate Office of North Carolina provided her expertise on the climate education websites.

Mary-Louise Bellamy with North Carolina State University assisted Megan with locating K-12 activities to add to the site and aligning the activities with the Standard Course of Study.

Ryan Boyles, the State Climatologist of North Carolina, assisted in the development and planning of the climate education modules and provided valuable feedback.

Sean Burns with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension assisted with generating forestry examples to be used on the site.

Hilary Cole, a researcher at North Carolina State University, provided forestry examples to be used on the site.

Ashley Hiatt with the State Climate Office of North Carolina helped in the development and design of the websites.

Pam Knox with the University of Georgia assisted in giving her scientific expertise on the climate education websites.

Bridget Lassiter, a researcher in Crop Science at North Carolina State University, provided agricultural examples for the climate education websites.

John McGuire with the State Climate Office of North Carolina helped in the development and design of the websites.

Michelle Ralston with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services provided the public health examples for the site.

Sharon Schulze with North Carolina State University provided her expertise on general science education and ensured that the climate education websites were designed to be easily understood by various audiences.

Eric Taylor with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension created forestry examples implemented within the websites.

Lauren Thie with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services provided the public health examples for the site.

Last modified date: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 - 11:27am