Jennifer Stiles conducts research to identify strategies for promoting equity in education. She co-leads the CADRE Fellows Program and is advancing several Pre-K–12 STEM education projects. Her primary research interest is using critical theory to deepen understanding of structural inequality.
Stiles has expertise in study design, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, evaluation, dissemination, and writing. She co-authored the CADRE Early Career Guide: Tips for Early Career STEM Education Researchers and has published findings on using media to engage families in science and using screencasting in early elementary mathematics.
Stiles holds a BA in Criminology from West Virginia University and an MA in Sustainable International Development from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University.