Eve Klein M.Ed.
Based in Seattle, Washington, Eve Klein (M.Ed.) is Program Director for the NSF-funded collaborative research grant Partnerships for Broader Impacts Design, which explores partnerships between universities and informal science education organizations as a way of helping researchers fulfill their Broader Impacts requirements and serve their local community. Since 2014, Klein has also leds the Portal to the Public Network (PoPNet), which helps organizations connect public audiences with the research and innovation happening in their own communities through dialogue with local experts. Prior to her role at ILI, Klein worked for 12 years at Pacific Science Center in Seattle, WA, where she oversaw the organization’s outreach programs and spearheaded a number of new organizational partnerships and public events. Klein is personally interested in how, where and why, adult audiences obtain the information they use to make everyday science and technology-related decisions for themselves and for their families.
Eve’s expertise includes science communication, broader impacts, and science centers and other free-choice learning organizations. Her favorite free-choice learning activities include exploring the beautiful pacific northwest, noodling on various instruments, and watching her plants grow.
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