Roxanne Truhn is the coordinator of the MSU Science Festival. In this role, Ms. Truhn interfaces with people and organizations - both on campus and in the community - to organize, implement, assess, and sustain the festival.
Truhn earned her BS in medical technology from Michigan State University and is a certified MT (ASCP). She has also pursued graduate coursework in business administration. She has over 30 years’ experience in science education through her work as a medical technologist, microbiology equipment sales manager and representative, environmental educator, and science festival coordinator.
In her spare time Truhn instructs the Basic Reading Tutor Training Workshop for the Capital Area Literacy Coalition, Lansing, MI, is the vice president of the Harris Nature Center Foundation, Okemos, MI, and is a docent for the MSU 4H Children’s Garden programs.
Her professional interests include promoting science literacy through informal science learning and connecting the public to nature.