Angela Fennell earned a Masters in Biology from Missouri State and a Ph.D. in Science Education from Florida Tech. Angela's teaching experiences include: K-12 in Colorado; higher education in Missouri, Florida, and Colorado; informal science at DMNS and the Kennedy Space Center; and Peace Corps in Cameroon, Africa. Angela lives with her husband David who sells art, antiques, and oddities. Together they raise 1 rambunctious gray cat, 1 shy tuxedo cat, and 1 nervous Greybull adolescent dog. They love to go hiking, thrifting, and traveling as often as possible. Every facet of the art world, be it paintings, music, or food, is a draw of interest to the Fennells. Angela is mildly acrophobic and aquaphobic, but her curiosity often overpowers her fears when taking trips to places like the Grand Canyon, Glenwood Caverns, and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Angela’s goal as a science teacher is to encourage students to be curious about science and nature through the use of art, hands-on experiences, puns, and bad jokes.