Follow Kevin’s Progress
Poulsbo, Wash., resident Kevin Eyer was recently accepted into the Advanced Inquiry Program (AIP) and will be taking classes toward a Master of Arts degree in Biology from Miami University through ...Spring 2018Verified by Miami University
North Kitsap School District
Science TeacherSeptember 2016 - Present
Taught middle school general science and served as assistant coach for track.
Participated over the last two years in science education leadership as a science fellow (continuing from employment at Cape Flattery).
Partnered with local researchers from the University of Washington and Stillwaters Environmental Center to engage the schools and community in current research and conservation efforts.
Western Washington University
Instructor - Physics/EcologyJune 2012 - August 2016
Modified a technology-focused college level introductory physics course for Korean High School exchange students.
Designed and implemented a marine science field course for middle school.
ResearcherJune 2011 - August 2012
Designed a research project, submitting grant proposals to WWU Science Mathematics and Technology Department and Olympic National Park Service (ONPS). Research was funded through a Washington NASA Summer Space Grant.
Collected and analyzed data, with study culminating in a research report submitted to ONPS
Research AssistantDecember 2008 - June 2009
Captured and tagged harbor seals off Protection Point with a team from WWUs MBE lab, using Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tools (STAT).
Coordinated with an elementary school in Bellingham to simulate the activities we performed in lab.
Designed and taught hands-on lessons connecting students with the live research
Cape Flattery School District
Science TeacherSeptember 2013 - June 2016
Taught high school and middle school courses including General Science for MS and Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry, Physics, Algebra, Algebra II, and Music for HS.
Participated for three years in science education leadership as a science fellow for Washington State and as part of the Olympic STEM Pathways Partnership.
Partnered with local researchers from Olympic National Park, NOAA and the University of Washington to engage the schools and community in current research and conservation efforts.