Bryanne Peterson
Dr. Bryanne Peterson
Research Assistant Professor Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Teaching and Learning 226 War Memorial Hall Blacksburg VA 24061-0313 US Phone(540) 231-9126
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Biography

Bryanne Peterson earned her Ph.D. through the Integrative STEM Education program at Virginia Tech. Bryanne earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Mary Baldwin College and later went on to earn her Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Virginia Tech. Prior to earning her doctorate, Bryanne taught for over 10 years in Virginia schools. She holds five endorsements, four of which are in CTE. In addition to her efforts with schools, Bryanne works to bring STEM education opportunities to her community as a Girl Scouts leader, FLL coach, and homeschool co-op teacher. She is VT Citizen Scholar and a recipient of the SMA Leon von Autreve honor level 2 scholarship. Bryanne's research interests lie at the intersection of CTE and STEM education; she works to increase and diversify the STEM pipeline.