Victoria Bonebrake is an Administrative Program Assistant at the Center. She received her B.S. in Cultural Anthropology from Oregon State University in 2014 and has a background in both engineering and education. Her interests include examining systems of equity and equality, supporting diversity development in higher education, and broader impacts as the bridge between science and society.
Internally, she oversees the Center's routine administrative tasks. Her external role is in facilitating community building through event coordination and production/management of both digital and desktop communications. She also highlights STEM research successes of OSU faculty members as curator and writer for the broader impacts column of Grantsmanship Quarterly.