Dr. Reinholz specializes in STEM education transformation with the aim of increasing equity and diversity in STEM fields. His work is grounded in a holistic design perspective, which draws on research in disciplinary learning, equity, and organizational change. At the classroom level, he focuses on how reflection and peer feedback can deepen disciplinary learning. Beyond the classroom, he studies how cultural and structural features of higher education can support and inhibit meaningful transformation. Through his leadership in the Access Network (www.accessnetwork.org), he works to improve access to meaningful STEM learning across the US.
See Dr. Reinholz's web site for more information.
Ph.D., 2014, University of California, Berkeley, Mathematics and Science Education
2016–present: Assistant Professor, San Diego State University
Secondary mathematics (Colorado, grades 7-12): 2016
Holistic design; institutional and cultural change; reflection; faculty development; equity, diversity, and social justice.
Departmental Action Teams: Sustaining Improvements in Undergraduate STEM Education through Faculty Engagement (NSF 1626565: $1,919,515). PIs: Daniel Reinholz, Joel Corbo, & Noah Finkelstein.
Access Network: Supporting Retention and Representation in Physics Through an Alliance of Campus-Based Diversity Programs (NSF 1506190: $330,000). PIs: Daniel Reinholz, Joel Corbo, Scott Franklin, Corey Ptak, & Anna Zaniewski.
Center for Research in Mathematics & Science Education
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