Christine Pribbenow

Associate Scientist

Christine M. Pribbenow, Ph.D., is the director of The LEAD Center at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research at UW-Madison. As a professional evaluator, she uses mixed methodology to assess student and faculty learning, and to evaluate educational programming at various institutions and organizations. She has been the Evaluation Director on a variety of programs to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in STEM, including the Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute (NSF-ADVANCE), the “Fair Play” project (NIH-Pathfinder award), and the Wisconsin Alliance for Minority Participation (NSF-LSAMP) all at UW-Madison. She has also served as the External Evaluator for ASM’s Biology Scholars Program and the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), funded by the NIH.

Current Projects outside WCER include:

 The Advanced Fellowships in Women's Health Hub Site-VA

 The Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute

 TEAM-Science

Contact Information

cmpribbenow@wisc.edu
Phone: (608) 263-4256
Office: 552A Ed Sciences

Current Projects

The PHAGE Galaxy: A Consortium for Phage Hunting and Genomics Education for Undergraduates
Breaking the Bias Cycle for Future Scientists: A Workshop to Learn, Experience and Change

Completed Projects

Biology Scholars Program (formerly Enhancing Learning Improvements through Evidence (ELITE) Scholars Program)
Toward Diversity: A Metagenomics Workshop for Undergraduate Cohorts
Biology Scholars Program (Renewal)
ARRA Virtual Games for STEMM Faculty to Break the Bias Habit
Evaluation Services for the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
Evaluation of the Small World Initiative at Yale University