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Kim Vaeth

Kim Vaeth teaches in WRAP CI Humanities courses and has taught poetry and fiction courses in Literature. She is the author of a book of poems, Her Yes (Zoland Books). Her commissioned poetic texts for orchestra include Elegies for mezzo soprano Frederica von Stade, which premiered at Carnegie Hall with the Jacksonville Symphony, later recorded by the London Philharmonic for Sony Classical, and American Requiem, performed by the Pacific Symphony, later recorded by Reference Records. She was one of the original "Explainers" at the San Francisco Exploratorium – Frank Oppenheimer's interactive science museum. While living in Stockholm, she wrote “Life After the Nobels” for a book chapter on the Nobel Prize (Tekknowledge). She has taught MIT marine biologists aboard research cruises in the North Atlantic and field investigators at the EPA.