Prof. Nicole Ardoin was one of two keynote speakers at the 2017 Fuller Symposium, with this year’s theme being... more
Indira is a PhD candidate in science education at Stanford University's Graduate School of Education and is beginning her research by exploring how diversity in culture and socioeconomic status impacts environmental decision-making behaviors. She earned a MA in special education through Teach for America and a BA with honors in history from Harvard College. She has two years experience teaching in a special education classroom in Title 1 schools in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as experience in formally training and supporting first-year teachers. Most recently, she has been spending her time working as a field science educator, diversity coordinator, and site manager in Yosemite National Park for NatureBridge, a non-profit environmental education company.
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