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167 Taylor Education Building
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Dr. Mohr-Schroeder joined the University of Kentucky faculty in 2006.  She is a Professor of STEM education where she teaches in the undergraduate and graduate STEM education programs in the Department of STEM Education. She is also Associate Dean for Clinical Preparation and Partnerships. She holds a BSEd and MS in Mathematics from Pittsburg State University, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction – Mathematics Education from Texas A&M University. As a native of Kansas, she was a certified mathematics and biology teacher, began her career as a junior high, high school, community college, and college mathematics instructor.

Since her arrival to UK, Dr. Mohr-Schroeder has been involved in over $19 million in external funding as PI or coPI, expanding transdisciplinary STEM Education through various initiatives including creating opportunity and access for each and every student via informal learning environments. When she is not boating, camping, or using her mathematical abilities to remodel her home, she enjoys researching informal learning in STEM Education, preservice teacher preparation, and transdisciplinary professional development.


Vita (PDF)

Research categories: Mathematics Education, Teacher Education, Assessment, STEM Education, Professional Development, Informal Learning