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Juliet Crowell




Juliet Crowell is the Education Program Specialist at National Science Resources Center's (NSRC) Professional Development Center. As the Program Specialist Ms. Crowell develops, plans, coordinates, recruits participants, and manages the Smithsonian Science Education Academies for Teachers. She is a principal investigator on the Geneticist-Educator Network Alliance (GENA), a National Science Foundation Grant. Ms. Crowell provides professional development support to other projects which includes the Rex-search grant and high school reform research. She also coordinates, assists education consultants, and teaches workshops that focus on inquiry based learning and teaching based on best practices in teaching science education, and NSRC science curriculum.

From 1994-2006, Ms. Crowell was a Science Educator/Program Coordinator at the Hands On Science Center at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Ms. Crowell has 10 plus years of experience teaching hands-on science, inquiry based informal and formal science to students K-12.

Ms. Crowell has a Masters of Science in Education and Museum Leadership from Bank Street College, New York City, NY and a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Studies from the George Washington University, Washington, DC. She also studied at the Bakhuis Roozeboom Laboratory School in Beverwijk, the Netherlands, where she trained and worked as a laboratory technician. Ms. Crowell is fluent in Dutch and well-versed in German.


K-12 formal / informal science education, museum education, and teacher training