Michelle Coe

About Michelle Coe

Michelle graduated with a M.A. last year from the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona (UA). She began working with the Community and School Garden Program (CSGP) in 2013 as a graduate student, and now works on the SEEC (Supporting Environmental Education and Communities) program within the UA CSGP. Her aim as the SEEC program's coordinator is to directly connect K-12 students in the Tucson Unified School District with UA physical and social scientists and humanities scholars performing cutting-edge, ongoing environmental research at the UA. With the help of CSGP's teacher training workshops, garden infrastructure and interns,  the SEEC program provides students and teachers with the curriculum and materials needed to complete a year-long series of experiential STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) lesson plans, activities, and research projects. SEEC aims to expand teacher-interest in facilitating the incorporation of STEAM into the classroom, and promotes student-interest and excitement in STEAM opportunities for years to come.

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Contact Information

Michelle Coe
Sustainable Environmental Education Coordinator for SEEC (Supporting Environmental Education and Communities), Community and School Garden Program
Telephone: (520)626-4666
Office: ENR2 Building, 1064 E. Lowell St. Rm N558

Degree(s)

M.A. Geography

       University of Arizona, December 2015

B.S. Physical Geography, Minors in GIS and Anthropology

        University of Arizona, May 2013

Dissertation Title

Influential Environments: School Gardens Impacting Arizona Children's Environmental Perspectives