Sarah joined ASSETT as an Education Researcher in 2015, having previously worked as a Science Teaching Fellow on campus with the Science Education Initiative. Sarah has a Master’s in Secondary Education from San Francisco State University and a Ph.D. in biology from U. of Colorado (EBIO). Sarah’s current professional interests include effective training and tools for faculty interested in using classroom data to guide their teaching, and effective instructional techniques for engaging students in discussion. At ASSETT, she consults with faculty seeking to gather and analyze data about their courses. Sarah also conducts internal analyses to gauge the needs of A&S faculty and students around learning technologies, and the impact of ASSETT’s work. Outside of work, Sarah is having fun playing with her kids, playing bassoon in Flatirons Community Orchestra, or relaxing through hiking, yoga, or reading.