ITEEA Member Named ACTE Postsecondary Leadership Success Program Fellow

March 11, 2019

ITEEA member, Dr. Bryanne Peterson was recently named an Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Postsecondary Leadership Success Program Fellow. Peterson's application focused heavily on her service within ITEEA and efforts to integrate career interest in STEM Education. As a Fellow, she will work with CTE leaders across the country while discussing the importance of technology and engineering education at all levels of education. 

Bryanne Peterson earned her Ph.D. through the Integrative STEM Education program at Virginia Tech where she now works as a Research Assistant Professor in the Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology. Bryanne taught for over 10 years in Virginia schools prior to moving to Higher Education and holds five endorsements, four of which are in CTE. She is an ITEEA 21st Century Leadership Academy Fellow, 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 examines how different experiences and pedagogical approaches affect student pathways to STEM careers.

Read more at www.acteonline.org/plsp-ecmcf-participants/