Who We Are
Who We Are
SIG Officers







Chair (2020-2021)
Andrea C. Burrows

Associate Professor
School of Teacher Education
University of Wyoming


Andrea C. Burrows, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor at the University of Wyoming in the College of Education's School of Teacher Education. The core of her research agenda is to deepen science, mathematics, engineering, and technology (STEM) partnership involvement and understanding through STEM discipline integration with in-service teacher professional development and pre-service teacher coursework. Along with publications and grant efforts, she is the Co-Editor of CITE-Journal Science (www.citejournal.org). She presents in several organizations such as AERA, ASEE, and ASTE. Before beginning her work in higher education, she taught secondary school science for 12 years in Florida and Virginia (USA).



Chair-elect (2020-2021)
Laurie O. Campbell, Ed.D.

Laurie O. Campbell, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor in Instructional Design and Technology, at the University of Central Florida. She pursues research related to: STEM education and STEM identity among underserved and underrepresented populations, personalized and active learning, and exploring factors of computational thinking related to learning.  The purpose and foundation of her interdisciplinary research includes the desire to improving education for all through instructional design and technology. She can be reached by email at: locampbell@ucf.edu




Program Chair (2020-2021)
Linda Hutchison, Ph.D.
University of Wyoming

Dr. Linda Hutchison is an associate professor in the Department of Secondary Education at the University of Wyoming, where she teaches courses in quantitative reasoning and mathematics pedagogy. While at UW, she has secured over three million dollars in grants and contracts to continue her research in mathematics teacher education, mathematics education, and integrating technology into mathematics teaching. She has researched professional development in mathematics for rural teachers both in Wyoming and New Zealand.




Treasurer/Secretary (2020-2021)
Amy Chapman, Ph.D
Columbia University.

Amy Chapman is a post-doctoral fellow at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she is the Research Director for the Collaborative for Spirituality in Education lab. Her research interests lie at the intersection of social media, social studies, and social justice, with a particular concern for students who are vulnerable or marginalized. In particular, Amy researches spirituality in education and the ways in which social media can be used within educational contexts in ways that promote equity and inclusion, particularly of voices that often go unheard. This research has included examining a social justice curriculum for the development of identity in adolescents as well as an examination of a Facebook application for its usefulness for first-generation college students. Her dissertation examined high school teachers’ use of Twitter for civic education. Current projects include several which examine the experience of different groups of people in social media spaces; further research in the use of social media by K-12 teachers; and a longitudinal intervention study to examine a process for creating a spiritually-supportive school culture in K-12 schools. 

A former public and private school teacher, Amy holds three degrees from Boston College: in secondary education and history; developmental and educational psychology; and religious education, and a doctorate in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology from Michigan State University. Recent articles include Citizen-Scholars: Social Media and the Changing Nature of Scholarship (Publications; Chapman & Greenhow, 2019) and Tweeting in Higher Education: Best Practices (Educause; Chapman, 2015).

Past Chair: Dr. Laurie Campbell, University of Central Florida

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