Christie Brannock, M.B.A.
Christie Brannock is a diversity program coordinator and an Administrative Lab Manager. She coordinates the Scientific Director’s Fellowship for Diversity in Research, Recruitment and Training to Unlock Research Potential, and Undergraduate Research Internship programs. She is currently a Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University School of Education in the Entrepreneurial Leadership in Education track, where she focuses on program and curriculum development.
About This Talk
Research experiences are key to building science identity and persistence in pursuing STEM careers. Ms. Brannock will discuss the benefits of training experiences in STEM career development, emphasizing training opportunities and resources for students at every level of education. This talk can be customized to meet your needs.
Audiences: high school, college, community
Elementary and Middle School
High School and College