Glenn ColbyGlenn Colby is the senior researcher for AAUP.  Prior to joining AAUP, Glenn worked as the director of institutional effectiveness at Cascadia College and as an institutional research analyst at University of Colorado Boulder. Glenn is an experienced educator and has taught at all levels from early childhood through college. Much of Glenn’s research to date has focused on how schools and teachers can better support diverse students to successfully engage in rigorous educational activity. Glenn completed a B.S. degree in information and computer science at Georgia Institute of Technology, a B.S. degree in mathematics at Georgia State University, an M.S. degree in teaching at the University of Maine, and a four-year Experimental Education Research Training (ExpERT) graduate fellowship at Vanderbilt University.

 

Chelsea Fowler

Chelsea Fowler is the research assistant at the AAUP. Prior to the AAUP, Chelsea worked as a federal contractor for the National Center for Education Statistics, creating online trainings for the Distance Learning Dataset Training System. At the American Association of University Women, she contributed to reports on women’s leadership and women’s participation in STEM fields. Chelsea holds a M.A. in Public Policy with a concentration in Women’s Studies from George Washington University and a B.A. in Political Science from Miami University.