Current Position and Past Experience
Glenda Stump is currently an Education Research Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In this role, she engages in international projects that include technology-enhanced STEM education and teacher/faculty professional development, as well as projects related to development of the future workforce. Prior, she was a Research Assistant Professor in the Chi Learning and Cognition Lab, as well as a Post-doctoral Scholar and Graduate Research Assistant at Arizona State University. She was also an Associate Director for Education Research in the Teaching and Learning Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Education, Honors and Achievements
Stump holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Psychology as well as an Educational Technology certificate from Arizona State University. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, as well as a Master’s of Science in Health Care of Women from Wayne state University.
Dr. Stump’s research has focused on STEM and nursing education, teacher and faculty professional development, and skills needed for the workforce of the future. In 2014, her work received the William Elgin Wickenden award from the American Society for Engineering Education for the most scholarly work published in the Journal of Engineering Education in 2013.
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