André M. Green

Dr. Andre Green, an Associate Professor of Science Education in the College of Education at the University of South Alabama, earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemistry from Alabama State University (1995) and Hampton University (1998) respectively and an Ed.S (2001) and Ph.D. (2006) in Science Education from Virginia Tech. Dr. Green also holds an appointment in the Department of Chemistry at USA. He is an experienced Principal Investigator with who has received approximately $5M in grants management from the National Science Foundation (#09344829 and #1135621), Alabama State Department of Education, and various foundations and other governmental agencies since his arrival at the university in 2006. His research interests focus on minority access to the STEM disciplines, the training of STEM teachers, STEM teacher leadership, mentoring, and the induction of educators into the profession. He has extensive experience in working with minority students from urban environments and has developed educational programs of community outreach to improve the academic achievement of economically challenged students.


Technology as a Tool for Diversity Leadership: Implementation and Future Implications
Joél Lewis, André M. Green, Daniel W. Surry. © 2013. 330 pages.
Although diversity and leadership are not new concepts, the changing of populations, advances in technology, and development of theoretical perspectives have led to the emergence...
Preparing Science Teachers: Developing a Sense of Community Using Technology
André M. Green. © 2013. 8 pages.
Pathway to Science (PTS) is a nationally funded project through the National Science Foundation (Award # 0934829) involving a university’s Colleges of Education, Arts and...