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Claire Duggan

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  • Higher Ed: Mathematics, Higher Ed: Science 

BIO

Claire J. Duggan
c.duggan@neu.edu

Education
M.P.A., 1984. Northeastern University
B.S., Political Science, 1979. Boston State College

Employment in Education

Center for the Enhancement of Science and Mathematics Education (CESAME) - Northeastern University

Associate Director (1989-present)
Research, develop and direct educational grant proposals for new and existing CESAME programs. Prepare all budgets, etc., for proposals by affiliated faculty. Develop and manage existing education/industry relationships for the purpose of collaboration on new and existing programs. Supervise support and professional staff. Responsible for all departmental budgets (over $2 million/year) and forecasts, space and programmatic needs.

K-12 Outreach coordinator (2003-present)
CenSSIS
Oversee coordination between CESAME and CenSSIS (The Center for Subsurface Sensing and Imaging)

Program Director (September 2002 - present)
Research Experiences for Teachers
Responsible for development and implementation of the Research Experience for Teachers Site

Program Director (February 2004 - present)
Young Scholars Program
Responsible for development and implementation of the Young Scholars summer research program for High School Students

Co-Facilitator ( March 2004 - present)
GBEast - Regional Partnership for Massachusetts' Pipeline Initiative
Responsible for the establishment and expansion of a Greater Boston Regional Partnership to support STEM education.

Project Coordinator - (April 2004-present)
GK12 - PLUS
Responsible for development and implementation of GK12 program.

Project Director (April 1998 - August 2005)
IMPACT New England: A Regional Curriculum Implementation Effort (1998-present)
Responsible for financial and administrative matters. Organize professional development for Curriculum Implementation Advisors and Curriculum Trainers.

Seminar Leader (January 2003 - present)
School of Education, Introduction to Education Course

Project Support Liaison
Teacher Innovation Program (1990-1995)
Provided support to teachers/schools in the development and implementation of Teacher Innovation Programs (TIP). Provided technical assistance to teachers through the proposal process. Conducted proposal-writing workshops.

Program Director
National Science Foundation Young Scholars Program at Northeastern University (1989 -1996)

Special Projects - Education Outreach (ongoing)
Class of 2004, "Lead Boston", The National Conference for Community and Justice
LeadBoston is a dynamic, results oriented leadership development program that builds awareness of social justice issues and teaches participants to initiate change directly benefiting their organizations and their communities. LeadBoston is designed for senior-level corporate, non-profit and public sector professionals. The program trains leaders from every sphere in understanding and managing business priorities as they relate to issues of inclusion. LeadBoston's goal is to provide participants with the tools to guide their organizations to new ways of thinking about issues of race, class, gender, homophobia and religious tolerance and their impact on the company's bottom line.

Other Education Outreach Initiatives
- "Massachusetts STEM Summit", Presenter, 2004, 2005"
- "Celebration of a Century", Northeastern University. Math and Science Activities Tent, October 1998.
- "Dudley Discovery Day: Family-Oriented Math and Science Fair", May 1998.
- "N.U. Women Exploring Science, Engineering, and Mathematics: Grade 9", 1997.
- "Math and Science through Literature: Boston Paraprofessional Workshop", 1996.
- "Science Through Experimentation", Grades 2-4, 1992.

Information about CESAME is available at http://www.cesame.neu.edu.
Other Employment

Associate Director for Finance and Administration
Center for Electromagnetics Research (CER), 1987-1996
Northeastern University

Responsible for all financial and industrial/governmental relations of this industry/university cooperative research center ($3 million). Assist the CER Director in all marketing efforts. Coordinate all public information/public relations' materials. Prepare and write educational proposals associated with CER/CESAME; prepare all budgets, etc., for proposals by affiliated faculty. Review all proposals for contract requirements, patents, copyrights, etc. Conduct semi-annual Industrial and Educational Advisory Board meetings - detailed presentations of all current and proposed projects to corporate and government representatives. Supervise support and professional staff. Responsible for all departmental budgets, forecasts, space and programmatic needs.

Foundations Coordinator
Office of Sponsored Programs, 1983-1987
Northeastern University

Responsible for identifying sources of funding, in both the public and private sectors, for research and training programs. This included reviewing government publications, making telephone inquiries to determine potential sponsors' funding goals, selection criteria, patterns of funding, etc., and meeting with faculty to discuss research interests and to plan appropriate funding strategies. Proposal writing and editing. Contract/grant review to ensure compliance with federal regulations. Preparation of analyses of funding trends. Planned and/or conducted proposal writing workshops.

Interests
Three children, two in the Boston Public Schools system
Parent involvement and equity in K-12 mathematics, science and technology education
Urban Community partnerships
May 2004 

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