It should be no surprise to anyone that my spark of science, a term coined by Nautilus Magazine, came from the great outdoors.
Nautilus was kind enough to accept my submission, wherein I talked about how my love for science, even though I’m not a scientist, came from spending time in wild places with my family.
I always thought my spark of science came from my Earth 100 class at Penn State with Dr. Laura Guertin, a kick-ass marine geologist and professor who introduced me to the connection between educational technology and Earth science. Who better to teach me about our changing planet than an American Geophysical Union blogger (and #SparkofScience blogger)?
But after a bit of introspective thought, I found that Dr. G’s class was just different path on my love for the Earth.
Read the whole post here. Thanks, Nautilus!