Amy Pallant is currently Principal Investigator on the NSF-funded project High-Adventure Science: Earth Systems and Sustainability (HAS:ESS) an extension to the well-received original High-Adventure Science project. HAS:ESS brings cutting edge science into the middle and high-school classrooms, with a focus on Earth's systems and using resources in a sustainable manner. She has been project manager and researcher on several Molecular Workbench projects. She has been developing curricula and contributing to research studies at the Concord Consortium for ten years.
Previously she developed curricula and managed projects at Turnstone Publishing Company, where she worked with scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and Smithsonian Institution to produce elementary and middle school curricula about their work. She developed curricula at Education Development Center, Inc. for Insights in Biology: A High School Curriculum and for the Improving Urban Middle School project. Amy has a Master's in Science Education from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree in Geology from Oberlin College.
View a list of Amy's publications and presentations.