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Karagh Brummond

Karagh Brummond is an Assistant Instructional Professor in the Honors College and is the Director of the UW Top-Tier Science Initiative Engagement and Outreach Program. She received a B.S. in Neuroscience (Honors) from Regis University in Denver, Colorado and a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Wyoming. Her PhD research focused on the neuronal control and encoding of speech using songbirds as an animal model and her post-doctoral work was focused on reproductive neuroendocrinology. In the fall, Karagh teaches Neuroscience and Law for the Honors College and in the spring teaches both Human Systems Physiology (ZOO 3115) and in the new CURE (Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience) curriculum with the Science Initiative and LIFE Program. In the past, Karagh has taught Freshman Honors Colloquium and an upper division honors course, We Are What We Eat (HP 4151). Karagh is also very involved in the Laramie community as an Alzheimer’s Association Community Educator and performs public outreach through Brain Awareness Week to educate the community and the state of Wyoming on brain research. As director of engagement and outreach for the Science Initiative, Karagh works with University and K-12 partners throughout the state of Wyoming to bring STEM outreach and in-reach activities that facilitate interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary creative thinking and active learning to educators and community members. If you are interested in joining the Science Initiative’s outreach group, the SI Roadshow, please feel free to send Karagh an email for more information!

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