Office: Wenatchi Hall 2328
B.S., Biology, Boise State University
M.S., Biology, Central Washington University
D.A., Biology Education, Idaho State University
WVC Linda Schultz Herzog Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, 2003
Dan Stephens joined WVC in 1990, where he has co-taught in two learning communities, Northwest Nature Writing, and Form and Function: Integrating Art and Ornithology Northwest Environments. He teaches courses such as General Biology, Biology of Plants and Environmental Science.
Stephens presented "The Birds of Wenatchee Confluence Park: A Pictorial Tour" during the second annual WVC Speaks Lecture Series in 2016-17.
He is the adviser for the Wenatchee campus honor society, Phi Theta Kappa.
His areas of professional interest include interdisciplinary learning involving biology and the humanities; avian ecology, especially restoration ecology in riparian zones; and biology education. His hobbies include bird watching, gardening, photography, waterfowl hunting and retriever training.