Richard Smart is an environmental educator with 15 years of experience in environmental education and community science programming. He joined the museum in 2012.
To advance community science at the museum, Richard works closely with the different sections such as School and Teacher Programs, Public Programs, Interpretation and Training, Volunteer Program, as well as the Marketing and Communications Department, Advancement Department, and the Research and Collections Department. Communicating directly with the Museum’s community scientists is also a primary responsibility.
Richard holds a B.S. in Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences from Texas A&M University, and a M.S. in Environmental Science from the University of North Texas.