Anthony Petrosino is a learning scientist and an associate professor of STEM education and the Elizabeth G. Gibb endowed fellow at The University of Texas at Austin. He was a seven-year member of the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded VaNTH (a consortium of Vanderbilt University, Northwestern University, University of Texas, and Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology), ERC, and a principle investigator of a U.S. Department of Education funded PT3 (Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology) grant. He is currently the co-principle investigator on the NSF-funded UTeach Engineering grant (MSP), Beyond Blackboards grant (ITEST), and Group-Based Cloud Computing for STEM Education (ITEST). His research interests include engineering education and the development of expertise. While at The University of Texas at Austin, he helped establish the UTeach Natural Sciences Teacher Preparation Program. His research articles have appeared in the Journal of Science Education and Technology, The Journal of the Learning Sciences, Mathematical Thinking and Learning, the Journal of Engineering Education, and The American Educational Research Journal.
Co-Director of the Kaput Center for Innovation and Research in STEM Education, Principal Investigator on the NSF-Funded Group-Based Cloud Computing for STEM Education Project, Associate Professor of STEM Education, Founder of the Nationally Recognized UTeach STEM Certification Program.
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