Geoscientists-in-the-Parks: Science Communicator

Lindsey Taylor - Denali National Park & Preserve, Alaska, 2016

Lindsey Taylor
GIP intern Lindsey Taylor at Denali National Park. (NPS photo)

Lindsey Taylor helped bridge the gap between park research studies and public education in Denali National Park by creating and updating digital education exhibits that bring current research findings to public visitors. Lindsey collaborated with education staff from the Murie Science and Learning Center (MSLC), park scientists, and a park media team to create NPS web pages of Denali’s incredible biological, cultural, and physical research findings. She also updated the MSLC climate change exhibit and a new digital exhibit by contributing written content, collecting/ taking photographs, and designing the exhibit. The combination of the Denali science research web pages and updated exhibits developed by Lindsey will continue to increase the public’s knowledge about these research projects and grow support for other necessary studies.

Learn About GIP Opportunities

For more than 20 years, the Geoscientists-in-the-Parks program has been placing talented college students and recent graduates in parks to gain on-the-ground work experience while completing important natural resource science projects for the National Park Service.

Part of a series of articles titled GIP Participants and Project Highlights [8 Articles].

Last updated: June 16, 2020