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Brian serves as the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory public liaison for education, flight, field, and research projects. He is responsible for directing the preparation of materials for the education sections of new DDF, REASoN, ESSP, and NRA proposals. He prepares and reports on education performance metrics, provides educator training, presents at/develops workshops and conferences, and serves as the Laboratory liaison for the Earth/Sun Exploration Division's education, outreach, and public relations effort by forming Division-wide plans, objectives, and goals as they relate to Earth System Science mandates and NASA HQ education priorities. He also works with universities, K-12 schools, science centers, periodicals, and television to promote the science and education activities of the Laboratory and serves on the Earth/Sun Exploration Division's Formal Education Working Group and the Goddard-wide Formal Education and Science Communications working groups. He also serves on the NASA Explorer School's Steering Committee. He is also the Education Lead for the ICESat mission and the CoastalObs Program. He is also Co-Investigator for the Landsat Image Mosaic of Antarctic (LIMA) Project.
Before coming to Goddard, Brian was a high school science teacher and a NASA Goddard Teacher Ambassador and was responsible for following the two-semester, block-scheduled year, instructing three eighty-eight minute Earth and space science classes a day. This role involved preparing and implementing unit and daily lesson plans, maintaining a comfortable and technologically-suitable environment, and continuing improvement of the current curriculum within the Earth and space sciences. He served as the Saturday School Discipline instructor and was the faculty for the Envirothon Team.
2002 Laboratory for Hydrospheric Processes Peer Award for Outstanding Contractor Support
2005 Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory Peer Award for Outstanding Support Service Contractor
1994-Present-Member, The Palaeontological Association
1996-Present-Member, National Science Teachers Association
1997-Present-Member, Phi Lambda Theta-International Honor Society in Education
1998-Present-Member, American Bowling Congress
2005-Present-Member, American Geophysical Union
Below is a list of workshops I developed for teachers and held at NASA GSFC:
2001-Hydrosphere in the Classroom (25 teachers)
2002-Remote Sensing and the Hydrosphere (34 teachers)
2003-Polar Science Teacher Workshop (40 teachers)
2004-NASA Water Cycle Education Teachers Workshop (49 teachers)
2005-NASA Earth System Science Education Teachers Workshop (81 teachers)
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference
Science Teachers Association of Ontario (STAO) Annual Conference
Maryland State Teachers Association (MSTA) Convention
California Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Convention
Houston Science Educators Enrichment Day (HSEED) Conference
Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT) Conference for the Advancemnet of Science Teaching
Southern Illinois Science (SIS)Teachers Association
Summer Math and Recent Technology (SMaRT) Camp at University of Maryland-Eastern Shore
Satellites and Education Conference-University of California, Los Angeles
HYDROS Site Visit-JPL
America in Space Academy-Queen Anne School-MD
Reading Public Museum (PA)
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (DC)
Maryland Science Center (MD)
Orlando Science Center (FL)
Have also presented at over 100 different schools (K-12) throughout MD, VA, PA, DC, IL, and FL
Bindschadler, R.A, B.A. Campbell, P.D.Przyborski, 2008. Antarctica in High Definition, The Earth Scientist, Volume XXVII, Issue 1, Winter 2008, pp. 6-9.
Moisan, T.A., R.N. Swift, B.A. Campbell, J.K. Yungel, M.A. Linkswiler, J.K. Nolan, 2008. A Practical Application of Ocean Color Methodology to an Undergraduate Curriculum, Journal of Science Education and Technology, Volume 17, Number 3, June 2008, pp. 252-261.
Moisan, T.A., J.K. Nolan, B.A. Campbell, E.R. Firestone. 2008. Rising Tides.
Campbell, B.A., H. Jay Zwally, W. Abdalati, J. Spinhirne, D. Yi, C. Carabajal, J.M. Sirota, 2008. The ICESat: Ice Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite Poster. NW-2008-2-063-GSFC
Campbell, B.A., H. Jay Zwally, W. Abdalati, J. Spinhirne, D. Yi, C. Carabajal, J.M. Sirota, 2007. The ICESat: Ice Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite Lithograph. LG-2007-11-116-GSFC.
Campbell, B.A., T. Riley, T.A. Moisan and J. R. Moisan, 2006. Wallops and NOAA Monitoring the Chesapeake: CoastalObs III Program, A NASA/NOAA/CIT Joint Program, Goddard View, Vol 2, Issue 14, pp. 3-7.
Campbell, B.A., T. Riley, T.A. Moisan and J.R. Moisan, 2006. CoastalObs III at Work in the Chesapeake Bay. ORION Newsletter, Summer 2006, pp. 3-4.
Campbell, B.A., R. Kelly, C.A. Schlosser and D.R. Belvedere, 2004. The Water Cycle Lithograph, LG-2004-2-076-GSFC.