Catherine Woodward




Catherine Woodward is a Faculty Associate at the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and WISCIENCE. She is a dedicated educator, striving to foster environmental awareness and scientific research capacity among K-12, undergraduate, and adult learners both in the U.S. and abroad. She teaches courses in terrestrial and marine biology, conservation, and global health in the classroom, online, and in the field. Catherine spends half the year teaching abroad, including the Tropical Conservation Semester honors program each spring, and the Water for Life Service-Learning and Conservation Internship programs each summer in Ecuador. She received a Morgridge Center award for Globally Engaged Scholarship in 2014.

Ph.D., Botany 2005, UW-Madison

M.S., Botany, University of Florida - Gainesville

B.S., Psychology, UW-Madison

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