Holly Cho is a Researcher at the STEM Research Center. Her interests lie at the intersection of STEM education and social justice - motivated by the belief that inclusion is a fundamental right, and that equity and justice should be intrinsic to good pedagogical practice. She is particularly interested in creating institutional change in the higher education space, and is committed to helping college and university educators translate research into practice.
In addition to her research and evaluation portfolio, Holly serves as the Program Coordinator for the HHMI-funded InclusiveExcellence@OSU, a fellowship program for STEM faculty who seek to integrate inclusion and equity into their teaching practice.
Holly received her M.S. degrees in Cell and Molecular Biology and Life Sciences Communication from the University of Madison-Wisconsin.
Cho, H., Low, R. D., Fischer, H. A., & Storksdieck, M. (2021). The STEM Enhancement in Earth Science “Mosquito Mappers” Virtual Internship: Outcomes of Place-Based Engagement with Citizen Science. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 9, 372. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2021.682669
Cho H. and Risien, J. (2020). Understanding faculty and student perceptions about reward and advancement: survey of four STEM departments at research intensive universities. Corvallis, OR: STEM Research Center. https://doi.org/10.5399/osu/1145
Fischer, H., Cho, H., & Storksdieck, M. (2021). Going Beyond Hooked Participants: The Nibble-and- Drop Framework for Classifying Citizen Science Participation. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 6(1), 10. https://doi.org/10.5334/cstp.350