My research focuses on family science learning in the home and other non-school settings, like zoos and parks. Currently, I lead a research team investigating aspects of family science conversations that support children’s development of STEM interests and identity. My studies highlight the diverse voices of Latine children and families, and represent members from those communities as researchers, advisors, and participants. Overall, my commitment to encourage equitable participation in STEM guides and informs my work. For that reason I also engage in initiatives that inform STEM education policy at the national and local levels.
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– Dr. Remy Dou is an Assistant Professor and National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) awardee (AISL Award #1846167) with dual appointments in the Department of Teaching and Learning and the STEM Transformation Institute at Florida International University in Miami, Fl.