Bugallo, Mónica, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Faculty Director of the Women in Science and Engineering Program (WISE). Ph.D., 2001, University of A Coruña, Spain: Statistical signal processing; engineering education; women in science and engineering.
Bynum, R. David, Distinguished Service Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology and Emeritus Director of Institute for STEM Education. Ph.D., 1981, Dartmouth College: Science education.
Hanson, David M., Distinguished Service Professor of Chemistry. Ph.D., 1968, California Institute of Technology: Design and development of classroom learning structures; text-based and web-based learning systems; and course assessment systems.
Hanson, Gilbert N., Distinguished Service Professor of Geosciences. Ph.D., 1964, University of Minnesota: Application of radiometric and geochemical methods to petrologic and tectonic problems.
Lopez, Glenn R., Professor of Marine Sciences. Ph.D., 1976, Stony Brook University: Marine biology; benthic ecology; animal-sediment interactions.
McCarthy, Robert, Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Director of Masters of Arts in Teaching Physics Program. Ph.D., 1971, University of California, Berkeley: Experimental elementary particle physics; physics education of teachers.
Nehm, Ross, Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolution. Ph.D., 1998, University of California, Berkeley: Biology education; science assessment; assessment technologies; problem solving processes; science learning; novice-expert studies; evolution education; textbooks and knowledge representation.
Aubrecht, Katherine, Associate Professor of Chemistry. Ph.D., 1999, Cornell University: Development of learning materials about sustainability for the chemistry curriculum; context-based approaches in chemical education; biodegradable and bio-renewable polymers; environmentally benign synthetic methodology.
Berger, Lisa, Associate Professor of Mathematics. Ph.D., 2007, University of Arizona: Number theory; mathematics education of teachers.
Kelly, Angela, Associate Professor of Physics. Ph.D., 2006, Teachers College, Columbia University: Science education; physics education; engineering education; physical science access for traditionally underserved groups; sociocognitive perspectives of STEM participation and persistence.
Scarlatos, Lori L., Associate Professor of Computer Science. Ph.D., 1993, Stony Brook University: Educational technology; tangible, physical, multi-modal, and collaborative human-computer interfaces; serious games; computer graphics; multimedia.
Sheppard, Keith, Associate Professor of Biology and Cell Biology and Director of Institute for STEM Education. Ed.D., 1997, Teachers College, Columbia University: Science education, chemistry education, physics education, history of science education, science learning, science teacher education.
Research Associate Professor
Moloney, Daniel, Research Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Director of NIH Bridges to Baccalaureate Program, and Director of Biotechnology Teaching Laboratories. Ph.D., Stony Brook University: cell signaling regulation; cancer chemoprevention; DNA barcoding; biotechnology; STEM education.
Research Assistant Professor
Zachar, Zuzana, Research Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology and Director of Masters of Arts in Teaching Biology Program. Ph.D., Stony Brook University: Cancer chemotherapy; transposon biology; regulation of alternative splicing of mRNA and nuclear architecture; biology education of teachers.