Karla Bradley Eitel, Director of Education
Ph.D. Conservation Social Science, University of Idaho; M.Ed. University of Idaho; M.S. Conservation Social Science, University of Idaho; Prof. Residency in Environmental Education, Teton Science School; B.A. Studio Art and American Studies, Williams College
Karla teaches CSS 563: Place-based Environmental Education and CSS 561: Ecological Inquiry. She has been working with the MOSS program since 2002. Karla has worked as a crew leader for the Student Conservation Association, a field instructor at Teton Science School in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, and led conservation service projects with the Outdoor School Alternative High School, part of Northwest Youth Corps. She loves playing music, biking and skiing.
In 2011, Karla won the College of Natural Resources award for Outstanding Continuing Education and Service. The purpose of this award is to recognize full-time faculty, students, or staff of the College of Natural Resources for conceiving and/or staging outstanding educational events during the two previous years. Karla's nine years of service at MOSS which has served nearly 15,000 Idaho K-12 students and their teachers clearly makes her very deserving of this recognition.» E-mail Karla Bradley Eitel