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Dr. Daniel Birmingham is an assistant professor of STEM education in the School of Education at Colorado State University.
Dr. Birmingham's research examines potential avenues to bridge community and school experiences in order to alter modes participation in STEM and support transformative learning for youth from traditionally marginalized communities. A central aspect of his research is focused on the design of collaborative forms of qualitative research necessary for expanding dialog on the enduring challenges we face in the areas of educational equity and opportunity in STEM education.
Dr. Birmingham's work occurs with youth and teachers in traditionally marginalized communities and has resulted in
He was awarded the 2014 Outstanding Doctoral Research Award by the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) for his dissertation. Some of his published works can be found in the Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST), Science Education (SE) and Cultural Studies of Science Education (CSSE).