Teaching and Education Workshop
Associate Director of the Washington University Climate Change Program, Beth Martin will participate in the Teaching and Education Workshop of Summit Session 4 on November 6, at 10:45am central time.
Beth Martin’s Biography
Beth Martin is a Teaching Professor in Environmental Studies and the Interim Director of the Climate Change Program at Washington University in St. Louis. She teaches courses at the intersection of science, engineering and policy. As the Interim Director of the Climate Change Program, she leads a faculty steering committee as they advance climate action through focus on research, curriculum and outreach.
Beth, a registered professional engineer, received her Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in math from Birmingham-Southern College.
Beth serves as co-chair of the Teaching and Education Engagement sub-committee, and is a member of the Steering Committee.