Dipanwita Ray, M.Ed.
I have Graduate Fellowships in STEM and ECE and I am the recipient of Elisabeth P. Taylor Fellowship for teaching STEM and Science in Elementary level and Gerald and Myra Lahn Fellowship in Early Childhood Education. I am an educator and my research interests are in STEM and STEAM in Nature & outdoor learning, curriculum development in early childhood and elementary, and to create an awareness of the importance STEM and STEAM in early years of development. My added interests are in Art Integration with Math and Sciences, Multicultural Education, and Diversity in classrooms in Early Childhood and Elementary. I also value Diversity, Culture, Heritage and Multicultural Education in classrooms, schools, and communities. My goals remain to tackle the challenges educators and students are facing and help students achieve their best potential abilities by creating a positive learning environment through teaching, guidance, motivation, encouragement, and advising.