David M. Wicks, Ed.D.
David Wicks received his Ed.D. in Educational
Supervision from the University of Louisville and his dissertation
focused on the development of the foxfire teachers network in
the United States. His masters was from Fordham University and
it focused on Urban Education his undergraduate degree is in
International Environmental Studies from Cook College, Rutgers
Currently David Wicks is an adjunct professor, U of L School
of Education and the Co-Director of the Center for Environmental
Education with the University of Louisville's Kentucky Institute
for the Environment and Sustainable Development. At the same
time David Wicks is the Coordinator of Jefferson County Public
Schools Center for Environmental Education. With his role in
the public schools, David Wicks runs a 210 year old 250 acre
working farm and nature preserve, coordinates residential environmental
education programs, and supports environmental education curriculum
development in JCPS's 159 schools.
David Wicks is president elect of the North American Association
for Environmental Education and is on the Kentucky Association
for Environmental Education. For the past six years, David Wicks
has served on the Kentucky Environmental Education Council at
the request of Kentucky's governor. David Wicks also serves on
the National Center for Children's Environmental Literature and
the National Bidiversity Education Task Force.
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