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Angela Kelly, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy
Associate Director, Ph.D. in Science Education
Angela's recent work has focused onphysics access and equity, with attention directed towards physics availability for urban children in grades 7-12. In additional studies she has examined science teacher retention in urban schools, educational technology in physics, and recruitment and retention in undergraduate engineering. Her current projects focus on designing and implementing a new studio physics model for introductory calculus-based physics.