Alexandra Rose
Broader Impacts Manager • Science Communication and Outreach Specialist • Science Communication and Outreach Specialist

Pronouns: She/Her

Dr. Alex Rose is an education and outreach professional with appointments through CU Science Discovery (CU's Department of Continuing Education), the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) and the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department. Her work is focused on communicating the research resulting from two long term National Science Foundation grants focused on the impacts of humans and climate change on the ecology of the Colorado alpine (Niwot Ridge LTER) and the Dry Valleys region of Antarctica (McMurdo-Dry Valleys LTER). With this work Alex teaches a science communication and outreach course for graduate students (EBIO6100), leads field trips for elementary through high school aged students focused on snow science, forest ecology and climate change (e.g. Snow School, Casey to Cal-Wood, the Mountain Research Experience, Forests and Fires Summer Research Experience, and Crest View BioBlitz). She is also passionate about "data literacy" and using data-driven art projects to engage relucant science learners in data analysis.