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Melinda Hamilton
Project Co-Director
Director of STEM Initiatives
College of Education
University of Idaho
(208) 885-7803
mhamilton@uidaho.edu

Corinne Mantle-Bromley, Ph.D.
Project Co-Director
Dean and Professor
College of Education
University of Idaho
cmantle@uidaho.edu
(208) 885-6773

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Meet The Project Team

The Micron STEM education research project team will collect and analyze data on the needs, attitudes and contextual variables associated with student underperformance in STEM education in Idaho. More