Diana Hunn. Ph.D., holds an Ohio license in science comprehensive and mathematics and taught biology in middle school. Her degrees are from Miami University (Ohio) and Indiana University. She is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Dayton where she teaches science methods for several levels. She has special interests in grant proposal writing and presents regularly at NSTA conferences.
“I believe in the importance of using techniques and strategies to meet the critical child development levels in the middle grades. As educators we need to help teachers, families, and the general public recognize that science is more than content and that inquiry and real world applications help build skills and life-long learning. I have enjoyed working with the NMSLTA Board the past several years and would like to continue serving as Treasurer.”