Julie Risien

STEM Research Center

Oregon State University

Julie Risien, Ph.D. is the Associate Director of Oregon State University’s STEM Research Center. Julie oversees operations and leads the Center’s research and programmatic portfolio on improving the science/society connection. She leads the scholarship initiative for Advancing Research Impacts in Society, or the ARIS Center; conducts research on inter-institutional partnerships to enhance “Broader Impacts”; and manages the InclusiveExcellence @OSU initiative aimed at transforming undergraduate education. Julie serves on the graduate faculty for the OSU College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences and the Environmental Sciences Graduate Program. Her research focuses on the transformative power of learning networks, organizational structures, professional growth, and partnerships to improve connection at the interface of science and society.  

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Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning part of Network of STEM Education Centers:Center Profiles
Our focus is on reserach about learning in all places (in and out of school) and throughout the lifespan

Inclusive Excellence meets Evidence-Based Instructional Practice: The case of a three-pronged approach towards changing institutional practice part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Events:Meetings and Conferences:Transforming Institutions Conference 2021:Program:Presentations:Session XII
Our interactive presentation describes a project based on the premise that evidence-based instructional practices alone are not sufficient for addressing inequities that result in students succeeding in, or leaving ...