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Dr. Trott’s research draws upon interdisciplinary theories and frameworks and uses a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods to examine the psychosocial and structural dimensions of science engagement and political participation by marginalized groups, with aims to advance ecological sustainability and social justice. Dr. Trott earned her B.A. in Arts Management from Columbia College (2007), her M.S. in Applied Social Psychology with a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies and Gender Research from Colorado State University (2013), and her Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology from Colorado State University (2017).
Dr. Bowker started at the STEM Center in 2013 while earning her Ph.D. in ecology at Colorado State University. She assists the STEM Center with STEM-related education research and evaluation projects and coordinating STEM Center activities. Dr. Bowker earned her B.S in Biology from the University of Kentucky (2007), her M.S. in Entomology from the University of Georgia (2009), and her Ph.D. in Ecology from Colorado State University (2017).