Storer Scholars Year 1

At the end of the 2011-12 school year at the University of Wyoming, four excellent students from the College of Education were selected as the first class of Storer Scholars. Of these four students, 3 are undergraduates studying to be teachers and 1 is a graduate student at the University of Wyoming, …

Nature Mapping JH and Wildlife Expeditions Form a Dynamic Duo

Many valley residents know Bert Raynes for his weekly column in the Jackson Hole News and Guide. Bert is more than just an author, birder and advocate. He is a philanthropist as well. The Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund is essential in promoting citizen science in Jackson Hole. …

Girl Scouts Troop 1333

Information on the Girl Scouts Troop 1333 experience at Teton Science Schools will be posted here. Stay tuned for more updates! …

Teton Valley Community School Joins Teton Science Schools

The staff and board at Teton Science Schools are extremely excited to announce that on September 1, Teton Valley Community School, located in Victor Idaho, will officially become the 7th program area of Teton Science Schools! …

Backcountry Update

Both groups called in from their campsites last night; the B.E.A.R.s located in the southern end of Jag Creek Meadows and the W.O.L.V.E.S. tucked in at the base of the Devil’s Staircase in Teton Canyon. …

Len Carlman signs on as Chief Philanthropy Officer

34 years after wrapping up his studies as a Teton Science Schools summer High School Field Ecology student, TSS alumnus Len Carlman has joined the staff as Chief Philanthropy Officer. Between then and now he received his undergraduate and law degrees, …

Research Accomplishments and New Adventures

After nearly seven years with the Conservation Research Center (CRC), I’ve learned that the most rewarding accomplishments often come from surprising places. While analysis and data collection are central to research, some of my most meaningful days come from congratulating a seasonal technician on their new full-time position, …

What Does It Mean To Be Number 1?

Wildlife Expeditions joined the Teton Science Schools umbrella of educational programs in 1999. Prior to becoming Wildlife Expeditions (WE), we were know as Great Plains Wildlife Institute (GPWI). GPWI incorporated tourism and wildlife research in a very unique way. …

PLACE Learning and Civic Engagement Program Begins Year 2

In partnership with the University of Wyoming, the year-long Place Learning and Civic Engagement professional development program begins its second year. The PLACE program serves elementary school teachers from Cheyenne, Laramie, Casper, and Saratoga, WY by providing 4 workshops over the course of a calendar year focused on teaching science in a place-based way. …