Amanda Glaze

Assistant Professor · Georgia Southern University

Dr. Amanda Glaze's research centers on the intersections of science and society, specifically the acceptance and rejection of evolution.

Pre-Service Teacher Education Intersections of Science and Society Worldview Theory Evolution Education Conceptual Change

Todd R. Boyette, Ph.D.

Director, Morehead Planetarium and Science Center · UNC-Chapel Hill

Todd Boyette is an expert in university-based informal science education and a co-founder of the North Carolina Science Festival.

Global leadership in university-based science outreach Working with scientists to engage the public Astronaut training at Morehead Planetarium and Science Center Informal science education Science centers and museums in North Carolina

Pavlo Antonenko

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Pavlo Antonenko develops, implements and studies technologies to support engaged learning.

Science Literacy and Engagement Cognitive Assessment Cybersecurity Education Learning Technologies Design-Based Research

Patricia Bricker

Professor, CEAP Associate Dean for Academic Affairs · Western Carolina University

Patricia Bricker's primary areas of expertise are science education and teacher professional development.

Elementary Education Teacher Professional Development STEM Education Science and Literacy Community Engagement Projects

Kelly Hogan, Ph.D.

Associate Dean of Instructional Innovation, QEP Director and STEM Teaching Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Dr. Hogan has been reinventing UNC's largest classrooms with the implementation of groundbreaking, interactive teaching methods.

Institutional Transformation Interactive Teaching Techniques Instructional Innovation Teaching in STEM fields Inclusive Teaching

Dr. Marianne Mader

Managing Director, Earth & Space/Fossils & Evolution, Royal Ontario Museum · Co-Founder & Board Member, STEAMLabs Community Makerspace

Cultivating curiosity. Inspiring passion for exploration. Empowering people to engage with science & tech. www.mariannemader.com

Space Exploration Planetary Science Science Communication Maker Culture STEAM Education

Margaret "Peg" Riley

Professor of Biology · University of Massachusetts Amherst

The focus of Peg Riley's research is in the area of microbial evolution - namely antimicrobial resistance evolution - and drug development.

Evolution of microbial resistance Alternatives to antibiotics Drug Discovery Antimicrobial Drug Discovery Antibiotic Resistance

Michelle Cawthorn

Associate Professor · Georgia Southern University

Professor Cawthorn specializes in the ecology and behavior of small mammals such as shrews and small mice

Animal Behavior Herpetology Biology Environmental Biology