AWRI Biddanda

Ashley Meyer

Target Inquiry Teacher InternAshley Meyer working on the Muskegon Lake Observatory

Grand Valley State University
Annis Water Resources Institute
740 West Shoreline Drive
Muskegon, MI 49441

Office: 228 Lake Michigan Center
Phone: (616) 331-8798
Fax: (616) 331-3864




B.S. 2010, Biology/Earth Science, Grand Valley State University
Member of GVSU Target Inquiry cohort 2013-2015
Summer 2013 research at AWRI on climate change, lake dynamics, and buoy data in the classroom
Teaching Certifications: Biology, Earth Science, Integrated Science (grades 6-12)


Ashley Meyer is a middle school science teacher in South Haven Public Schools who is a member of the 2013-2015 GVSU Target Inquiry Program supported by the National Science Foundation.  Ashley completed an internship with AWRI in the summer of 2013 working with research mentor Bopi Biddanda investigating climate change and lake dynamics using Muskegon Lake observatory data and designing ways to bring the observatory data into the classroom. 

Classroom Website:


Climate Change, Lake Ecosystem Dynamics and Lesson Plan 

Lesson Plan using Buoy Data


Page last modified July 17, 2013