David F. Brakke's website
David Brakke is a limnologist who has published papers on a range of topics, including controls on surface water chemistry and watershed biogeochemistry, as well as applied problems in ecosystem, watershed and lake management. He has served as associate editor for Limnology and Oceanography and currently writes a column on Science and Society for the Association of Women in Science Magazine. For several years he has been involved in a number of projects and initiatives related to science and mathematics education, curriculum development, undergraduate research, teacher preparation and ongoing professional development of K-12 teachers and college faculty. He served as Dean of Science and Mathematics at Towson University from 1997-99 and has been Dean of Science and Mathematics at James Madison University since 1999, where he is continuing work to improve science and mathematics education for all students.