Wendy Taylor

School of Earth and Space Exploration

Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus

Wendy is a Faculty Research Associate in the School of Earth and Space Exploration and a Curriculum Developer for the Immersive Virtual Field Trips (iVFT) project at ETX. She has been employed at ASU since 2006, where she served as an Instructional Specialist for NASA missions to the Moon and Mars and as the Education and Public Outreach Lead for ASU’s Astrobiology Program and the Center for Meteorite Studies. She also worked as the Education and Public Outreach Coordinator for the EarthScope National Office at ASU. Wendy began her career in research and collections at several major natural history institutions including the Paleontological Research Institution, The Field Museum and the University of Chicago. Today she lives in Cape Town, South Africa and is part of two international research groups studying the evolution of early life across the Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary in northern Norway and Southern Africa.

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Surviving Extinction, A Journey Through Time part of Cutting Edge:Enhance Your Teaching:Teaching with Online Field Experiences:Activities
Explore prehistoric environments over the past 350 million years, make good decisions to avoid deadly predators, and discover real expedition sites as you chart your own path through time. 99% of all species that ...