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Leah Cook — Project Director, Girls Get IT!
I was fortunate enough to be introduced to Dr. Blackmon while I was Project Director with Girls Get IT! We collaborated on a National Science Foundation Grant (TRI-IT 2009) that was funded and extremely successful in Florida. I don’t believe we would have had the level of effectiveness and success without her knowledge base and understanding of STEM education and gender equity. Our collaboration was special and inspirational. She challenged our team to ensure that all measures we applied were based on sound research and proper evaluation. I enjoy the opportunity to work with educators who are able to “look outside the box” and both encourage and embrace young people so that they strive to be all that they can be. Dr. Blackmon is one of those unique individuals who inspire others to do just that—not just the children whose lives she touches, also the professionals she works with.
T. Ellis — Parent of STEM Student
I want to tell you that it was your passion and drive that brought POWER IT to fruition and exposed HS students like my daughter to opportunities in STEM. It was you who continue to encourage her to pursue her goals. It was because of you that she participated in the Neuroscience Academy at Morehouse School of Medicine for two years. So of course you count. That is why I’ll do everything in my power to highlight and share your efforts. Keep up the great and innovative work Dr. Blackmon. It counts!
DR. ANGELICQUE TUCKER BLACKMON
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“In my position in the grants office, I have worked with Dr. Blackmon for almost eight years. Dr. Blackmon’s enthusiasm, evaluation expertise and support have helped our institution obtain millions of dollars in grant funding. Dr. Blackmon has been an External Evaluator for several of our projects and has also assisted as a consultant in the design and writing of many of our grant proposals. Dr. Blackmon’s work is of the highest caliber and she has a strong work ethic.”
JKP, GPC, DIRECTOR OF GRANTS
Innovations in STEM Education & Evaluation
Moving beyond sit and click survey responses Can you imagine learning ballet through listening to a lecture on pliés and pirouettes? Learning ballet requires learning to move, moving, and positioning the torso, legs, arms, and feet at certain angles. An exceptionally talented ballerina like Misty Copeland learned to position her leg at a 180 degree […]
On January 15, 2015, I had the opportunity to participate as a panelist at the Front and Center: Bringing Marginalized Girls into Focus in STEM and Career and Technical Education (CTE). The event was sponsored by the White House and Georgetown Center for Poverty and Inequality, Georgetown Law Center. See more at Front and Center: Girls of […]
LEARN MORE. WATCH the CR4CG VIDEO This summer in June (2015), middle school girls in the CompuGirls program were immersed in a culturally responsive co-robotics curriculum designed to teach how humanoid robots can be programmed and used as a credible social justice instrument. The culturally responsive Co-Robotics for CompuGirls (CR4CG) program and curriculum were designed to […]