In this presentation, Dr. Carol Tang, Director of Public Programs for the California Academy of Sciences, speaks about "Climate Change Education: Effective Use of Content and Style for Different Audiences."
Dr. Carol Tang
Carol Tang is the Director of Public Programs and has overseen museum facilitation, lifelong learning, and exhibition scientific content at the California Academy of Sciences since before the opening of the new facility.
When Tang was the Assistant Chair of Education at the Academy, she worked extensively with SFUSD earth science professional development programs and oversaw teacher services, careers in science, outreach, field studies, and youth and adult courses. Before coming to the Academy in 2001, Tang was an assistant professor of geological sciences where she specialized in paleontology and earth system science and was one of the first researchers in the NASA Astrobiology Institute. She received a Ph.D. in 1996 and an MS in 1993 from the University of Southern California and a BA in paleontology with honors from UC Berkeley in 1989.
She is currently an adjunct professor at San Francisco State University and a research associate at the UC Museum of Paleontology in Berkeley.