Co-Program Director Environmental Studies and Biology
Natural Resource Education; Curricular Changes in Public Schools; Rural Sustainability and Rural Education Issues
Conducted In-Service training for MSAD #40, Waldoboro, ME. Fall 2007
Presented 2 workshops at MAMLE annual conference at Sugarloaf USA, on Maine’s Learning Results and teaching controversial issues in the middle grades.
Consultant to a grant proposal to the EPA from the Maine Conservation Corp for monies to build outdoor education centers and align established environmental curriculums with State of Maine Learning Results. November 2007.
Presented at the Math/Science at the Middle Level Conference, sponsored by NELMS; “Meeting National Standards in an Integrative Curriculum.”
Presented workshop for Middle Level Institution titled “The Impact of Maine’s Learning Results on Integrative Curriculum.” Summer 2007
Presentation for Katahdin School System titled, The Middle School and Integrative Curriculum. Winter 2006.
Workshop Presentation, Middle Level Institute, Orono, ME, titled: Dealing with Conflict in a Team Setting.
Associate Professor of Education and Environmental Studies, Dr. Bruno Hicks, has been named a Leading Educator of the World by the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, England.
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Bruno teaches courses in the subjects of First Year Experience, Environmental Science, and Education.
Bruno may be contacted by phone at (207) 834-7537 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.