Inke Falkner is a marine ecologist who focuses on creative science and environmental education. She has developed and established hands-on science workshops for primary and high school students, curated the content for an interactive discovery centre, and has run educational harbour cruises and foreshore walks in Sydney. Having moved to the Southern Tablelands, NSW, she now coordinates the teaching, research and outreach programs at ANU’s coastal field station and occasionally she works as a freelance science communicator. Inke greatly enjoys working with artists, designers and creative arts students to deliver science concepts more effectively.
Inke will present at both the Habitat Corridors creative workshops on 27 July and 3 August, as well as at the Forum and Exhibition on 10 August. Contact the office for full details.