Marguerite St. Laurent-Crowell
Technical Teacher Specialist, Chemistry; Teaching Lecturer
BS, MS, Plymouth State University
Marguerite is actively involved in community outreach through yearly visits to local schools promoting chemistry education. She has presented at national conferences, and is the professional advisor for the American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Chapter at PSU. She teaches Chemistry for a Sustainable World and Lab Safety.
For six years, Marguerite was an environmental science educator for the Pakistani Educational Leadership Project (PEL Project), a U.S. State Department funded project held at PSU. She traveled to Pakistan in the spring of 2013. Working with the NH Water Education Plan Advisory Group and the NH Department of Environmental Services Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau, Marguerite helped develop a statewide water education plan for NH environmental educators and teachers. Marguerite proudly serves on the Board of Directors for Quincy Bog Natural Area/Pemi-Baker Land Trust as Vice President, where she is active in several committees, an environmental educator for the Jr. Naturalist Program and Chair of the Research and Interpretation Committee. She earned a B.S. in Physical Science Education, and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Policy from PSU.
Prior experience includes teaching chemistry, forensics, geology, earth science, freshman seminar, biology and physical science laboratories, serving as co-advisor of the Science Society and a member of the Media Advisory Board.