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EAGR Welcomes New Advisors

We could not be more thrilled to welcome two new members to the EAGR team, Dr. Timothy Linksvayer and Dr. Frederic Bertley, who will act as our UPenn Faculty Advisor and Franklin Institute Staff Advisor respectively.

Dr. Frederic Bertley, VP of Science and Innovation at The Franklin Institute

Dr. Frederic Bertley, VP of Science and Innovation at The Franklin Institute

Dr. Bertley is the Vice President Science and Innovation of The Franklin Instutite, and will provide support by hosting EAGR workshops, advising our educational outreach efforts, helping EAGR to build connections with students, science educators, and community members.

Dr. Timothy Linksvayer, Associate Professor at The University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Timothy Linksvayer, Assistant Professor at The University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Linksvayer is an Assistant Professor at The University of Pennsylvania. He will be advising the development of EAGR courses, providing consultation on experimental designs, networking with local academic colleagues, and interacting directly with students during EAGR workshops.

As the EAGR network grows, Dr. Linksvayer and Dr. Bertley will be indispensable assets to the program as leaders in Philadelphia’s scientific education community. Their time is greatly appreciated, and their presence as advisors on the EAGR team is sure to enhance the workshop experience for students and educators alike.

Wondering how you can get involved? That’s great!

The first step is simply to get in contact with us.

You can also find more information about our program at our program information page, or you can visit these pages to find out about staff and volunteer opportunities.

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