Project alum

Nat completed a Master’s in Education Policy at the UW College of Education in 2016, one year after receiving a Bachelors of Arts in Comparative History of Ideas, also at UW. He is also currently the Outreach Coordinator for the Comparative History of Ideas Department at UW and the Board President of The Common Acre, a 501(c)(3) organization that creates space for science and stories across cultures. Nat comes to Learning in Places after coordinating children’s gardens for Tilth Alliance, and his research interests include facilitation design, posthuman learning, and plant consciousness.

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