Chris Anderson, Explorer-in-Chief
Chris is a passionate science educator who founded Science Over Everything as a way to explain how science affects our everyday lives. Chris began learning about the world in his hometown of Elyria, Ohio and enriched his understanding of science at Miami University. His first roles after graduation were in classrooms in Cincinnati teaching physical science and biology. Chris currently works as an instructional coach working with science teachers in Cincinnati Public Schools. When not educating our future or writing about science, Chris enjoys exploring any of America’s fabulous national parks, watching PBS, and practicing his Jedi force powers when his girlfriend isn’t looking. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter @ScienceOverET
Josh Knackert, Contributor
Josh Knackert is a former researcher turned science communicator. He has studied neurological disorders at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, grown stem cells by the billions for a biotech startup, and helped Habitat for Humanity build its first LEED certified house in Madison, WI. He has also been a carpenter’s apprentice restoring colonial era buildings, a wedding DJ, percussionist, and meat cutter. He sees the beauty of science in every one of these experiences, which makes him eager to make all types of science accessible and engaging for everyone. His hobbies include board games with his wife, ultimate Frisbee, racquetball, and playing fetch with his dog, Myelin.
Kylie Martinod, Contributor
Kylie Martinod is a future science educator. She had a passion for science since middle school, but truly became interested in Biology when she did a marine biology program at her high school. Kylie pursued a degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Connecticut where she had the opportunity to do research on invasive plant species. That research experience inspired Kylie to get her Master’s in Botany at Miami University where she conducted an intensive fieldwork project quantifying the amount of the invasive shrub Amur honeysuckle in white-tailed deer diet. Kylie found a passion for teaching during her Master’s in Botany and decided to get a second Master’s in Teaching in Life Science at Miami University. Her hobbies include gardening, hiking, baking, knitting, and going on adventures!
Dean Regas, Contributor