If you have questions, would like to schedule an interview, need more information about GoNorth!, or would like to obtain print-ready photos or B-roll footage, please contact
at University of Minnesota
Need an expert on innovative, multimedia adventure learning strategies or the latest in online professional development? Are you looking for a GoNorth! wizard who knows about the pioneering adventure learning programs and its history of educational discoveries through the use of cutting-edge technology? Want to know more about the Arctic, K-12 education, climate change, Inuit culture, technology, and the environment?
If so, these GoNorth! spokespeople are available for interviews and speaking appearances.
Dr. Aaron Doering, Assistant Professor, Learning Technologies, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Minnesota. GoNorth! Education Director and expedition team member.
Mille Porsild, Expedition Leader, Program Director, GoNorth! Expedition & Field Research Director. Owner of NOMADS Online
Chris Ripken, Social Studies teacher at Centennial Senior High School in Circle Pines, Minnesota - GoNorth! Teacher Explorer 2009
Wendy Gorton, 4th grade teacher at Hancock Park Elementary in Los Angeles, California - GoNorth! Teacher Explorer 2008
Jeff Sipper, 5th grade teacher at Cuyuna Range Elementary School in Crosby, Minnesota - GoNorth! Teacher Explorer 2007
Mick Hamilton, 8th grade teacher at Northfield Middle School, Minnesota - GoNorth! Teacher Explorer 2006
Amy Vargason, 5th grade teacher at H.A. Snyder Elementary School in Sayre, Pennsylvania - GoNorth! Teacher Explorer 2005
Teachers and students who use the GoNorth! adventure learning programs in their classrooms as well scientists involved with the program are also available, upon request.
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Education Basecamp at 612.625.8550
2008 and earlier