Chris Mohr has been in the Science Outreach/Institute for School Partnership (ISP) departments since September 2001. As project manager, she is responsible for the development, planning, coordination, execution and evaluation of faculty and community engagement programs. These include faculty broader impact projects, the Modern Genetics curriculum and materials for high schools, the Photosynthetic Antennae Research Center (PARC) Outreach program and the university’s K-12 Connections Program.
Mohr manages the lab space and course materials at the ISP Danforth site, and serves as the ISP safety officer. She also supervises work-study students and interns working in our department.
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