Laurin Parker ’94

Academic Skills Teacher
River Ecology Program Director
B.A. Elmira College

Bio

Laurin Parker teaches in the Academic Skills Program. He spent five years in public education in Northern and Western Maine as a high school English teacher and in work within alternative education. Currently, in addition to his role in Academic Skills, Laurin also runs the spring co-curricular River Ecology, that teaches students about environmental science through the lens of flyfishing. In the past, he has worked with the Farm & Forest Program, in the Marlon Family IDEAS Center, and coached boys’ lacrosse. Laurin grew up in Patten, ME. He plays saxophone, hikes, and is a passionate advocate of the outdoors. He rows a drift boat, guiding fly fishing clients on the Androscoggin River each summer. Laurin and his wife Erin, live on campus in Vogt House with their two daughters Elsa and Emily.