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Nonye M. Alozie
Education Researcher, Center for Technology in Learning
Nonye M. Alozie, Ph.D., is an education researcher in SRI International's Center for Technology in Learning. She specializes in science education, scientific discourse, science standards assessments, equity in assessments, and informal learning. She is interested in providing quality science education resources for students in underrepresented and underresourced communities through formal and informal learning opportunities.
Alozie’s background is in biology and science education. Before joining SRI, she was an assistant professor at Albion College, a small liberal arts college in Michigan. She taught undergraduate courses in elementary and secondary reading in the content area and elementary and secondary math and science pedagogy. She also developed and implemented two science outreach programs in informal and nonformal science learning in molecular biology and biotechnology and out-of-school-time learning in science for underrepresented and underresourced students. She has experience in curriculum development, professional development, classroom observations, and qualitative methods.
Alozie was awarded her doctorate in science education and M.S. in ecology and evolutionary biology from the University of Michigan. She has a B.S. in organismic biology, ecology, and evolution from the University of California, Los Angeles.