David Sybert, M.S.
K-12 Education Specialist, Coastal Studies Institute
Office: Room No. 230B
850 NC 345, Wanchese, NC 27981
David Sybert joined the Coastal Studies Institute in May 2009. Prior to this role, Dave served as an Educator at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island where he educated the general public and worked as an Assistant Dive Safety Officer. He has also spent time working in Southern California as a Marine Science Instructor. Dave prefers to spend his free time in or around the waters of the Outer Banks surfing, fishing, or diving.
Dave is responsible for coordinating K-12 programs at CSI. It is his goal to make the work of CSI researchers and scientists relevant to middle and high school students. Dave is interested in providing exciting, hands-on opportunities for students to experience science, math, engineering, art and technology outside of their classrooms.
Along with coordinating the K-12 program, he is also a member of the CSI Underwater Production Team and assists John McCord in sharing the work and mission of CSI with interested parties.
Sybert, DM, C Guerreri, K Clark, M Baker. 2008. SEA TURTLE STRANDINGS ON THE OUTER BANKS: WHAT WE CAN LEARN, WHO WE CAN TEACH. 28th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Loreto, Baja California Sur.
Guerreri, CL, D Sybert, K Clark, M Baker. 2009. A PROGRESS REPORT: NECROPSY STUDY ON THE NORTHERN OUTER BANKS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 29th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, Brisbane, Australia.