Robert B. Wilson


Robert Wilson BA ’94 writes: “In May 2022, I was invited to be a writer-in-residence at the Ernest and Mary Hemingway House in Ketchum, Idaho. While there, I conducted an ecological survey of the property and composed a piece about teaching science with the stories of Ernest Hemingway. I also coauthored a piece for our school magazine, and inspirEd awarded us the gold for magazine writing. This work and opportunity is a pure manifestation of my interests and studies at Lewis & Clark.”


Robert Wilson BA ’94 writes: “In 2016, I was selected as a pilot teacher for the Teach.Genetics evolution curriculum by the Genetics Learning Center at the University of Utah. In 2017, I won the Sumner Award for Excellence in Teaching at Rowland Hall Upper School in Salt Lake City. In 2018, I was selected to join the APPLES (Arctic Plant Phenology Learning through Engaged Science) team at UC Davis. I credit Dr. Tom Darrow, Dr. Don McKenzie, and Dr. Dave Martinson for inspiring my work.”