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Since 1985, the Science Eye has presented exciting hands-on Science Safaris to over half a million students and educators around the country. These Safaris are simulations of real-life explorations into science. Through research and preparation, students assume a new identity and use the classroom or field to play the role of an actual scientist. Our programs give the student a chance to experience the thrill of first-hand contact with science projects that can last from a few hours to a few weeks.  Educators can use these programs to create comprehensive study units encompassing an entire area of science or a specialty area of science.

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Meet the Staff

DawnDawn Miller-Walker
Native American name: Hagóta ~ Story Teller
Dawn is the Owner and Program Director of the Science Eye. She holds a BS in Fisheries & Aquatic Biology from Murray State University and a dual MS in Marine Biology & Coastal Zone Management from Nova Southeastern University. She has experience in environmental education teaching principals of ecosystems, conservation, ethical angling, and other aspects of plant, animal and aquatic biology since 1998. Following her passion to teach and save the planet, Dawn started a nonprofit organization with her late husband Jay Walker (a.k.a. Micaokee ~ Water Chief), Environmental Conservation Organization (ECO), whose mission is to encourage the average citizen to have a Take Action Now! approach in a unified attempt to conserve our environment. She has been an Adjunct Professor at Nova Southeastern University, teaching the course "Everglades Ecology & Conservation". Dawn presents at numerous environmental conferences, meetings and workshops and is an active member and participant in teacher organizations and events. During her “free” time, she is also involved in waterway and beach cleanups.  Dawn is committed to sharing the fascinating interrelationships of ecosystems with future generations by example.


Dawn is a member of:

  • Leauge of Environmental Educators in Florida (LEEF) - Life Member
  • Florida Marine Science Educators Association (FMSEA) - Life Member
  • National Marine Educators Association (NMEA)
  • Florida Association of Science Teachers (FAST) - Life Member
  • National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
  • Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network (FYCCN)

Dawn serves on/has served on the following Boards &/or Committees:

Dawn is an approved facilitator for the following workshops: Click here for more information

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