Doctoral student Lee wins Equity Scholars Award

Hyunju Lee, doctoral student in the College of Education's Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, was named by the Equity and Ethics Committee of National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) as a recipient of one of the 2009 NARST Equity Scholars Awards. The scholarships support early career science educators (advanced doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty) from under-represented groups within the U.S. to attend the 2009 NARST annual conference and to contribute to science education research, scholarship, and leadership.

Lee is a research assistant in Professor Allan Feldman's NSF- funded project, "Teacher Learning of Technology Enhanced Formative Assessment." She will present a paper at the NARST conference titled "Teachers' Implementation of a Classroom Response System to Perform Formative Assessment in Secondary Science/Math Class.