NSF selects Karen Marrongelle as chief operating officer
1 month ago - By NSF
Washington, DC - The U.S. National Science Foundation has officially appointed Karen Marrongelle to serve as chief operating officer. Since 2018, she has led the NSF Directorate for Education and Human Resources, or EHR, which supports research that enhances learning and teaching, and broad efforts to achieve excellence in STEM education at all levels and in all settings.
Marrongelle is a leader in the STEM education research community, and her career has been...
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