Short Personal Bio
Tessa Andrews is an Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics at the University of Georgia. She is trained as an evolutionary biologist and an education researcher, and runs a research group focused on change in STEM higher education. She has expertise in change theory, practical approaches to systemic change, departmental change, and teacher expertise.
Topic Areas: Aligning incentives with systemic change, Change leadership, Change theories, Teaching evaluation / changing teaching evaluation practices
Audiences: Instructors, Higher education administrators, Teaching and learning center staff, Graduate students, Postdoctoral researchers
Contexts / Institutional Types: R1, Public