Brad Herring

Brad Herring
Contact Information
Organization:
Address:
433 W Murray Ave
Durham, NC 27704
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Websites:
www.lifeandscience.org
www.nisenet.org
Bio

I currently work for the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, North Carolina as the Project Leader for the National Informal STEM Education Network (NISE Net). My interests include program and professional development and multimedia and filmmaking. I have a BS in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and served in the United States Peace Corps in Panama from 1999-2001 working in environmental education and agriculture.

Professional Information
My SMD Projects:

Icurrently work for the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, North Carolina as the Project Leader for the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Net). My duties include working on a variety of projects including Network-wide administration, overseeing program and multimedia development, creating and delivering national professional development workshops, and managing the Southeast Hub for the Network.

Education Meetings and Conferences I Usually Attend Annually:
My Publications (journals, blogs, products):
  1. McCarthy, C. and Herring, B. Collaboration guide for museums working with community youth-serving organizations. NISE Network. 2015
  2. Ostman, R., Herring, B., Jackson, A., Bennett, I., & Wetmore, J. Making Meaning Through Conversations about Science and Society. Exhibitionist. Spring 2013
  3. Wetmore, J., Bennett, I., Jackson, A. & Herring, B. Nanotechnology and Society: A Practical Guide to Engaging Museum Visitors in Conversations. Tempe, AZ: NISE Network. 2013
  4. Herring, B. NISE Network Public Forums Manual. Museum of Life and Science for the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network. 2007. 64pp
  5. Miller R., Morris JA. Jr., Herring M., Diaz J., May A. Complications After 344 Damage Control Open Celiotomies. Journal of Trauma. 59(6): 1365-1374, December 2005.