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Andrew Warnock, Ph.D. — Director

Dr. Warnock designs materials for educational experiences in the natural sciences.

andrew.warnock@colostate.edu | (970) 491-2845 | NESB B301a/B305


Courtney Butler — Assistant Director

Ms. Butler’s interests revolve around encouraging more students to enter into local, regional, state, and international science fairs. She advises prospective math and science teachers who are enrolled in the Bachelor’s of Science in Natural Sciences program. She also serves at the Director for the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair.

courtney.butler@colostate.edu | (970) 491-7716 | NESB B311


Lynne Judish — Laboratory Coordinator

Ms. Judish manages all of the educational materials and resources that the center houses. She also coordinates the Triunfo Mentoring Program.

lynne.judish@colostate.edu | (970) 491-1539 | NESB B319


César Fuentes — Teacher-in-Residence

Mr. Fuentes teaches 4th grade at Harris Billingual Immersion Elementary School and has been assisting us with the Triunfo Mentoring Program for over a decade. He was awarded teacher of the year in 2019 in the Poudre School District.

cfuentes@psdschools.org | (970) 488-5209


Vicky Jordan — Teacher-in-Residence

Ms. Jordan has provided advice to our center for many years and is now helping us design new STEM kits, and teach lessons for Triunfo and STEM Fridays. She is a master teacher with 27+ years of experience!

vicky.jordan@colostate.edu | (970) 491-0907 | NESB B315


Michael Viney — Teacher-in-Residence

Mr. Viney joins our team after 30 years of teaching middle school science. He is helping to design and test our STEM kits.

mike.viney@colostate.edu | (970) 491-0907 | NESB B315

Science Education Assistants

  • Sam Harsh
  • Haley Wartell


Center History