Susquehanna Township High School
Availablitity on Friday 5/29/20 : I will be in training from 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM and unavailable. I will check my email once the training ends .
My Office Hours: when I can be reached and the best way to reach me is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday - Thursday: office hours from 8:30am-9:15am.
Friday- : morning office hour block from 9:00am-10:00am and an afternoon office hour block from 1:00pm-2:00pm.
About MeEducation:B.S. Biology and ChemistryCabrini College , Radnor, PAAwards:Ms. Evans received the 1999 Award from the
Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania as the K-12 "Technology Educator of the Year" for her use of Visualization Technologies in Archaeology.
Ms. Mary Pat Evans has been selected to be one of the recipients of the 2008-09 Outstanding Teacher Award sponsored by the Shippensburg University School Study Council.Susquehanna Twp. Forensic Science Classes in the News :Other Professional Presentation:Nov, 5, 2011 Presentation at the State Museum of Pennsylania :Forensic Archaeology Investigations in the High School Science CurriculumMs. Evans' Presentation a the PSTA Convention Dec.1, 2006
Ms. Evans' Presentation a the PSTA Convention Nov.30, 2006Ms. Evans' Presentation at the 8th Annual American Academy of Forensic Sciences Educational Conference at Cedar Crest College Oct. 8th, 2005Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Annual Meeting May 4-6 , 2001Ms. Evans on the Web:
About.com article (May 2006)about our Forensic Archaeology Excavation: Teaching Ideas - Integrating Archaeology in the High SchoolUsing Image Processing and Visualization Technologies:
Read more about how Ms. Evans uses Visualization Technologies to combat an "Alien" Invasion at Wildwood Lake Sanctuary here.
Also on the same page, if the link is still live, go to page 4 of the Spring 2002 newsletter.
Ms. Evans and Capital Area students featured in CPB /Annenberg Educational Series on Geography for their use of GIS and GPS to monitor water quality in the
local Chesapeake Bay Small Watersheds.
Ms. Evans traveled to Monterey Bay in 2002 to study Marine GIS Technologies.