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About Nathanael Davis, M.E.S.

Nathanael is an avid naturalist and educator, classically trained as a biologist and environmental scientist with study focus in botany and ecology. Most recently, he was employed as a faculty member of Northwest Indian College with the Laq'temish (Lummi) Nation reservation in Bellingham, WA. He served as the FYE - Natural Science Instructor of the Native Environmental Science Program for five years and as the Science Outreach Coordinator and Native Youth Pathways Educator/Coordinator for eight years. Prior to this appointment, he served as the Youth & Volunteer Programs Coordinator/Educator for the Mt. Baker-Snoqualime National Forest with the U.S. Forest Service & National Forest Foundation as an AmeriCorps Vista Fellow. He has also served as an undergraduate Adjunct Faculty/Lab Tech in Earth and Science at Taylor University during his graduate studies.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Library Science, Cedarville University Centennial Library
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Professional Service and Affiliations

Member, Academic Library Association of Ohio
Member, National Science Teaching Association
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Honors and Awards

  • Employee Faculty of the Year, Northwest Indian College
  • Award of Meritorious Service, USDA & USFS - Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

Education

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M.E.S., Taylor University
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B.A., Cedarville University
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Contact Information

Centennial Library
Cedarville University
LIB 112
937-766-7438

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