Lunch & Learn: Hannah Eisla
May 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm| $7.00
From Our Own Backyards: A History of Materials Use in Bartow County
Join Tellus Science Museum’s Geology Program Manager Hannah Eisla as she discusses the rich geologic resources of Bartow County and how these materials have been used by the people who live here. From the mounds to mining, materials have played a vital role in the history of Bartow County.
This lecture is free for members. $7 for non-members.
Get to Know the Speaker
Hannah Eisla is the Geology Program Manager at Tellus Science Museum. She is passionate about science education and loves to teach others about the world around us. She currently serves as one of the Georgia State Representatives to the National Association of Geoscience Teachers and works to promote geoscience education for students at every level in our state. Hannah started her career as a science educator in a high school classroom before transitioning into informal settings delivering public programming at Zoo Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Georgia Tech in Earth and Atmospheric Science and a Master’s in Science Education from the University of Georgia.