STEM-CS access, computer science education, science teacher identity, computer science teacher identity, computational thinking

Kristina Kramarczuk is a Minnesota native with a Bachelor's of Science in Microbiology and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (2016) and a Master's in Education and Social Change from the University of Miami (2018). During her professional career she has served as a 9-12 chemistry teacher in Miami, Florida and a computer science teacher for high school girls across the country. Through her diverse experiences in education, she developed a passion for equity, teacher education, and increasing access and opportunity for historically marginalized students in science.

Dean's Fellowship