Caryl Fish is a Professor and Chair of the Interdisciplinary Science department at Saint Vincent College. Her educational background is in environmental chemistry from SUNY-College of Environmental Science and Forestry. She is interested in abandoned mine drainage remediation and science education. She has been involved with the POGIL project since 2006 and contributed to three NSF funded projects related to POGIL. Two projects were related to writing, reviewing, and testing analytical chemistry POGIL activities. The other project is developing and testing rubrics to assess and give feedback to students on process skills. She has also been a facilitator for POGIL workshops at BCCE and POGIL Regional Meetings. Currently, she is also working on developing a coalition of faculty interested in writing, reviewing, and testing environmental science activities.