Andrew Greenberg, PhD – University of Wisconsin-Madison

/Andrew Greenberg, PhD – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Andrew Greenberg, PhD – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Andrew Greenberg is a Distinguished Faculty Associate in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the Associate Director of the Institute for Chemical Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In his position he works extensively with faculty, staff, and students to help promote the value of undergraduate research. Dr. Greenberg serves as Director and PI of three summer Research Experience for Undergraduates programs.
Dr. Greenberg has participated in mentor training activities at UW-Madison since 2007. He helped with the adaptations of the original Entering Mentoring curriculum into disciplinary versions and is a co-author on the Chemistry adaptation. For NRMN Dr. Greenberg has extensive experience facilitating Entering Mentoring, Train-the-Trainer, and Entering Research. He is also the PI on the NSF-funded Mentoring Catalyst project which promotes the value of strong mentoring to faculty, graduate students, and postdocs in NSF-supported engineering programs.
Additionally, Dr. Greenberg has a strong interest in promoting STEM to broader audiences. Through the Institute for Chemical Education he leads SCIENCountErs, an outreach program that connects STEM students with the local community.

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