Research and Instruction in STEM Education

RISE Members

Advisory Board

Christopher K. Rhea, Director of RISE, Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair for Research in the Department of Kinesiology, School of Health and Human Sciences

Tracey H. Howell, Associate Director of RISE, Senior Academic Professional Department of Math and Stats, Director: Math Help Center and Math Emporium Lab, Program Coordinator for Secondary Licensure in Mathematics

Malcolm Schug, Associate Professor, Head of the Biology Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Lynn Sametz, Project Director for STAMPS

Stanley Faeth, Professor of Biology and Associate Dean of Research, College of Arts and Sciences

Matina Kalcounis-Ruppell, Professor of Biology and Head of the Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Stephen Tate, Professor of Computer Science and Head of the Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Jerry Walsh, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Associate Head of the Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Jeffrey Patton, Professor of Geography, College of Arts and Sciences

Daniel Herr, Professor of Nanoscience and Department Chair

Ang Chen, Professor, Department of Kinesiology, the School of Health and Human Sciences

Promod Pratap, Associate Professor of Physics, College of Arts and Sciences

Vicki Jacobs, Yopp Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education, School of Education

Heidi Carlone, Professor of Science Education, Teacher Education and Higher Education,
School of Education

Edna Tan, Associate Professor of Science Education, Teacher Education and Higher
Education, School of Education

Robert Anemone, Professor of Anthropology and Head of Department, College of Arts and Sciences

Esther Leerkes, Professor of Human Development and Family Studies and Associate Dean
for Research, The School of Health and Human Sciences

Lee Phillips, Director of the Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity Office

Amy Adamson, Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Troy Sadler, Associate Dean of Research, School of Education

Talia Fernos, Associate Professor of Math, College of Arts and Sciences