Keri Maricle

Profile

  • Time Zone
    Central

  • Organization
    North Central Kansas Technical College

  • Employment Status
    University / College Faculty

  • Role
    Scientist Mentor: I will mentor teams of students online

  • Research Interests (300 words)
    Plant pathology, physiology, and anatomy

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 1 here (300 words):
    A middle school science teacher first sparked my interest in science. Just as he was passionate about his job, I wanted a career that I could be passionate about everyday. Science emerged as my true passion. Perhaps what amplified my interest in science was that there are so many unknowns. In a way, all scientists are explorers and discovering new ideas. I find that makes a science career fun and exciting.

  • Availability
    I am currently available for mentoring, please send me team match invitations

  • Capacity: How many teams at a time are you comfortable working with?
    2

Recent Posts

Hi Alyssa,

It sounds like you know exactly what you want to do in the future! Experimental Science was actually the course that I took in middle school that helped me get interested in science. The teacher always did all these weird and fun…

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whsdorespring2020 project 18 Keri Maricle

Hi Will and Frank -

Great to meet you!

Sounds like a neat project idea you have lined up. Just curious - how many plant seeds do you plan to have per pot? It might work better to have two pots per treatment (two pots with earthworms and two…

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Team 6b 4 Keri Maricle

Hi Justin, Akira, and Ella -

Great to meet you!

Has your group started discussing what you would like to do for your project yet?

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