Kacy Redd

Network of STEM Education Centers

Kacy Redd is the director of science and mathematics education policy at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU). APLU is a higher education association in Washington, DC, with a membership of 235 public research universities in the US, Canada, and Mexico. She co-directs the Network of STEM Education Centers (NSEC), which currently links 149 STEM Education Centers (SEC) at 126 institutions (from 246 SECs at 182 institutions identified to date). NSEC is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF #1524832) and has received funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Dr. Redd also manages APLU’s Science and Mathematics Teaching Imperative (SMTI), a commitment by 132 public research universities to improve science and mathematics teacher preparation. She serves as staff lead for APLU’s Research Intensive Committee, a committee of 14 presidents of RU1 institutions, and for the Task Force on Laboratory Safety. Redd received her PhD in neuroscience from Columbia University, where she was funded by a HHMI Predoctoral Fellowship.

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My Interest in ASCN: Kacy Redd part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Member Profiles
Association of Public and Land-grant Universities Director, Science and Mathematics Education Policy Prior Organizational Change Work I am at APLU which regularly convenes presidents, provosts, and research vice ...

My Interest in ASCN: Kacy Redd part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Workshop: July 2016:Participant Profiles
Association of Public and Land-grant Universities Director, Science and Mathematics Education Policy Prior Organizational Change Work I am at APLU which regularly convenes presidents, provosts, and research vice ...