Senior Sustainability Fellow, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Assistant Dean of Outreach and Diversity, College of Engineering, Boston University
College of Engineering
48 Cummington mall
Boston, MA 02215
Dr. Stacey Freeman was the Program Manager for Sustainability in Science Museums at Arizona State University (ASU). She was responsible for developing a global network of science and natural history museums to implement sustainability-related programming within their institutions. With more than a decade of experience in university outreach programs, Stacey is an expert at developing community relationships with a focus on science communication. Prior to her Program Manager position, Stacey managed education, outreach and diversity programs at two National Science Foundation research centers in Kansas and California. In a previous position at ASU, she directed an undergraduate certification program in Nonprofit Leadership and Management. Stacey holds a Ph.D. in Educational Policy and Evaluation from the Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College at ASU. Her research interests include STEM education, and educational access and equity for underrepresented groups.
PhD, Educational Policy and Evaluation, Arizona State University, 2016
MEd, Higher and Postsecondary Education, Arizona State University, 2005
BA, English and Business, University of Wisconsin, 2002
Freeman, S. V. 2016. African American Academic Persistence: The Role of Agency, Identity, and Culture and Context. Presentation at the 2016 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting: Public Scholarship to Educate Diverse Democracies, 8-12 April 2016, Washington, D.C.. (link )
Freeman, S. V. and Z. Jiang. 2012. Effects of Small-Group Learning on Undergraduate Students’ Learning Outcomes in STEM Education: A Meta-Analysis of Quantitative Studies from 1990 to 2011. Presentation at the Presentation at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Freeman, S. V. and Z. Jiang. 2012. Undergraduate Students’ Attrition in Engineering: A Literature Review from 1980 to 2011. Presentation at the Presentation at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Freeman, S. V. and Z. Jiang. 2011. An Analysis of the Effect of Cognitive Factors on Students’ Attritions in Engineering: A Literature Review. Presentation at the Presentation at the ASQ STEM Agenda Conference, University of Wisconsin – Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin.