Julie Wright

5th & 6th Grade Math, Geometry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Wilderness Skills 

Teaching Credentials:
MS: Biological Oceanography, University of Washington

BA: Biological Sciences, Wellesley College

Anake Leadership Program, Wilderness Awareness School – 2-year environmental education program with 9-month apprenticeship mentoring, students ages 10-19

Art of Mentoring: Learned to inspire and awaken passion in others at the Wilderness Awareness School

Semester of Environmental Science at the Marine Biological Laboratory

Of special note:
National Science Foundation, Graduate research fellowship program, honorable mention

Horton-Hallowell Fellowship, Wellesley College, –  to assist graduate study.

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society honorary membership

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, Goldwater Foundation

Co-Author, Effect of nitrogen source on cyanophycin synthesis in
Synechocystis sp. strain PCC 6308. Journal of Bacteriology. Feb.,

Academic Peer Tutor- Wellesley College

Teaching Assistant- University of Washington

Team Leader; Cascades Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project

Instructor- Terra-Forma Education

Instructor- Quiet Heart Wilderness School

Taught summer camps at the Wilderness Awareness school for 6 years