NARST Graduate Student Committee Webinar: "Preparing for and Thriving During Your Dissertation"
Below you will find the biographies of our presenters. After reading that presenter's biography please enter any question that you may have for them.
Dr. Sara Wilmes is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Applied Educational Sciences of the Research Unit on Education, Culture, Cognition and Society of the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education under the supervision of Professor Christina Siry. Her research investigates science instruction in various multilingual school contexts in Luxembourg using multimodal methodologies, and also the use of participatory methods, such as collaborative autoethnography, to research the lived experience of language learners.
Dr. Stefanie Marshall is an Assistant Professor of STEM education in Curriculum & Instruction in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities. Dr. Marshall does intersectional work engaging educational policy, science education, and school leadership. There are three strands to Dr. Marshall’s work: 1) the role of school administrators in science/STEM education, 2) the impact of policies on science/STEM education, and 3) equity in science/STEM education.
Dr. Terrell R. Morton is an Assistant Professor of Identity and Justice in STEMEducation at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he works in the Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum Department of the College of Education. Dr. Morton identifies as a scholar-activist! As a scholar-activist, Dr. Morton works to transform the positioning and understanding of Blackness in mainstream education, specifically STEM; seeking justice and joy for Black women, Black students, and other minoritized individuals give the social-cultural-political-historical positioning of their identities.
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