Stephanie Letourneau

M.A. Student

Email: [[v|smletourneau]]
Phone: 804-684-7616
Office: Wilson House 102
Advisor: {{,Molly Mitchell}} & {{, Carl Friedrichs}}

Stephanie Letourneau is a graduate student in the Professional M.A. program at VIMS. She works as a Graduate Assistant for the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia with the Coastal Training Program, which includes community communications and supporting the York River and Small Coastal Basin Roundtable. Prior to starting at VIMS, she worked for nearly 3 years as the Community Science Manager for Dickinson College's Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM), where she coordinated ALLARM's Stream Team program, working with partners and volunteers throughout Pennsylvania. She also coordinated ALLARM's participation in the Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative, a dynamic team across the Chesapeake Bay states to support community-based data collection efforts and integrate data into a regional database. Stephanie graduated in 2020 from Juniata College in Huntingdon, PA, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in environmental science.
Published Work

Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative. (2023). Prioritization Report: How volunteer and nontraditional monitoring fill data gaps in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Letourneau, S. M., & Nuss, S. M. (2020). ArcGIS Story Maps: Blended learning opportunities to bring technology into the classroom. Journal of Virginia Science Education.

Malhotra, A., Brice, D. J., Childs, J., Vander Stel, H. M., Bellaire, S. E., Kraeske, E., Letourneau, S. M., Owens, L., Rasnake, L. M., & Iversen, C. M. (2020). SPRUCE production and chemistry of newly-grown fine roots assessed using root ingrowth cores in SPRUCE experimental plots beginning in 2014. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy,