Bronwen Rice

Bronwen Rice

National Coordinator, Bay Watershed Education and Training



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Biodiversity, Citizen Science, Civic Engagement, Climate Change, Conservation, Culture and Art, E-STEM, Environmental Literacy, Environmental Quality, Evaluation and Assessment, Health, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, Marine, Natural Resources, Nonformal Education, Policy/Advocacy, PreK-12, Service Learning, Sustainability, Water


Bronwen coordinates the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) B-WET program, a competitive grant program based at the NOAA Office of Education that funds outdoor experiential environmental education in schools throughout the United States. Bronwen came to NOAA in 2008 as a Sea Grant Knauss Fellow. She holds an MS in marine resource management from Oregon State University and BA in biology from New College of Florida.  Before joining NOAA, Bronwen spent two years as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Samoa, where she worked for a community-based marine protected area. This experience led to an understanding of the importance of working within social and cultural frameworks when trying to motivate the public to respond to complex environmental challenges, an interest that is well-served through her work in education at NOAA.

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