ASCN Speaker Database

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Stephanie Anne Salomone, Ph.D.
Contact: salomone@up.edu Affiliation: University of Portland Short Personal Bio Stephanie Salomone earned her Ph.D. in Mathematics from UCLA in 2005, her MA in Mathematics from Boston College in 1999, and a BA in ...

Reema Zeineldin
Dr. Reema Zeineldin offers her expertise, as a leader of color in higher education, in presenting and designing workshops that are relevant to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in faculty affairs (including recruitment, hiring, promotion, tenure, retention, and career success) and in planning transition to full-time leadership positions. She has 12 years of experience in faculty development with 8 years in faculty affairs. She is experienced in institutions of higher education that fall under different Carnegie Classifications including small or large, research-intensive or teaching-focused, and public or private institutions.

Kristin Austin, Ed.D.
I offer 20 years of experience in higher education settings in roles focusing on access, inclusion, and amplifying historically excluded groups. As a former faculty member turned non-profit DEI director for a women-in-tech advocacy organization, I excel in smoothly moving audiences through tough, but necessary learning and unlearning processes. I'm also widely energetic and naturally caffeinated.

Stephanie Chasteen
I am an experienced physics education researcher and evaluation consultant. I speak about project evaluation, creating theories of change, and developing and using rubrics to assess projects. I can also talk about alternative careers in STEM as an evaluation consultant and former science journalist.

Tessa Andrews
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.

Rachel Renbarger
Dr. Rachel L. Renbarger (@Dr_Rachel_Ren) is a former high school English, creative writing, and psychology teacher in rural America. With her PhD in Educational Psychology, her research interests include best practices in providing supports for high-achieving and underserved student groups in K-12 and postsecondary settings (i.e., first-generation, low-income, Black, Latinx) using asset-based frameworks. Additionally, she performs evaluations of programs related to faculty and student programs within educational settings. She is proficient in qualitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research designs.