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Renee Morrison
Coordinator, JSU Field Schools

Renee Morrison is a JSU graduate and served as the Education Director for the Anniston Museum of Natural History for almost ten years.  She coordinates programs that provide educational opportunities for students, teachers and the public. Renee also develops "sensory science" programs  utilizing diverse components such as hands-on experience, storytelling, creative drama, and art.  After a bit of worldwide travel. Renee says  "Alabama is the loveliest place of all."


Beth Enders
Administrative Assistant

Beth Enders graduated from PHCC working toward her business degree. She is a Florida native who has always dreamed of being an Alabamian. Beth grew up on a 50 acre farm and appreciates everything nature has to offer (but spiders). She adores frogs and takes every opportunity to help the field schools with Frog Pond Adventures and other outdoor programs. Beth is the EPIC secretary under the direction of Pete Conroy.

Christopher Raney
Field Assistant

Christopher Raney is a JSU student majoring in biology through the naturalist program. He assists the field school with most outdoor programs including hikes, paddling events, and the national award winning "Kids Into Nature" camps. Christopher also coordinates the Field School's live animal program.




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