Graduate Student Profile
Bryanna Nelson was born and raised in Minnesota. Her expertise falls under problem-solving, comparative studies between science and agriculture teachers, and STEM integration.
B.S., Agricultural Education, University of Wisconsin-River Falls M.S., Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication, Purdue University
At University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Nelson was a Ronald E. McNair Scholar, URSCA fellow, and Alpha Tau Alpha (a professional, honorary society for agricultural educators) national president.
At Purdue, she has served as the department graduate student representative, is an active participant at the Mentoring@Purdue (M@P) program, and is currently a graduate research assistant on a USDA-NIFA PDAL grant titled “INdustry-driVen Integrated STEM and Systems Approach to Innovative IncubatiON (IN-VISION).”
Problem-solving, science and agriculture teachers, STEM and AFNR integration, contextualized problems.
A Comparative Analysis of Agriculture and Science Teachers' Perceived Approach and Efficacy Teaching Problem-Solving.
Graduate research assistantship
Dr. Hui-Hui Wang