Christine joined I-STEM as a research specialist in August, 2014. She works on several projects, including CADENS (Centrality of Advanced Digitally ENabled Science), an NSF-funded project that works on developing high-resolution digital films and high-definition documentary programs and supplementary educational material for the general public, using data visualization of computational data.
In addition to her work at I-STEM, Christine is also an Instructor in the Department of Psychology. Christine received her BA in Economics and her MA in Sociology from the American University in Cairo. She earned an MA and her PhD in Psychology from Michigan State University. Her research focuses on the effects of gender stereotypes on children’s beliefs, interests, and performance in STEM fields.