Scientist from South Dakota State University conducting research in Alaska

Carie Green, the Profilet and DeJong Family Endowed Director of Early Childhood Education and associate professor in the School of Education, Counseling and Human Development, conducts research in Alaska. (SDSU Marketing & Communications photo)

BROOKINGS – 2,599 miles. That’s the distance between South Dakota State University and Hoonah, Alaska, where Carie Green, the Profilet and DeJong Family Endowed Director of Early Childhood Education and associate professor in the School of Education, Counseling and Human Development, has been traveling via car, commercial airlines, seaplanes and ferries to conduct field work for her National Science Foundation-backed research project.

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