Tessa Andrews, Ph.D.
University of Georgia
Tessa Andrews specializes in biology education research, with particular
emphasis on factors influencing the adoption and effective implementation of evidence-based teaching strategies in undergraduate STEM education. Her research aims to further our understanding of how to support faculty. She studies teacher knowledge in undergraduate biology education, as well as change in STEM departments and institutions.
She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics and core member of the Scientists Engaged in Education Research center at the University of Georgia. She is a Monitoring Editor for CBE-Life Sciences Education and a Working Group Leader for the Accelerating Systemic Change Network.