Our third episode of the Science Matters series featured Dr. Stan Rullman, Earthwatch's Science Director, who led us through a "Backyard Science" experience. Watch as Stan high fives bumblebees and practices his melodious bird calls and learn how you can get involved with science and nature from your backyard or in your community.
Stan Rullman has held the role of Research Director for Earthwatch since 2013. He has over 30 years of professional experience in conducting, supporting and managing wildlife research projects- international and domestic. Stan studied raptor and songbird ecology along Seattle’s urban-to-wildland gradient for his PhD research at the University of Washington. He enjoys working at the nexus between critical field research and transformative learning experiences, helping volunteers shift from seeing themselves as a passive observer of the natural world to an active participant in its preservation and stewardship, through participation in the engaging field research projects that Earthwatch supports.
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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by purchasing our special commemorative design. Proceeds from sales go toward supporting Earthwatch’s mission to conserve the planet
Earthwatch depends on donations—above and beyond what we raise from volunteers who participate on our expeditions—in order to deliver our global conservation mission. In fact, volunteer contributions provide only half of the total resources Earthwatch needs to sustain over 40 field research expeditions, a wide variety of educational programs, corporate sustainability trainings, and more each year.