Members include scientists with strong interests in both scientific training and teaching at many levels in the educational continuum.
The SEAB meets semiannually to addresses challenges and opportunities in scientific education in relation to current and future HHMI educational programs. It provides advice ranging from broad considerations to the specific structure of given programs.
The SEAB currently consists of eight members, appointed by the president after consultation with the vice president for science education.
- Bruce M. Alberts, PhD
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
University of California, San Francisco
- Carol T. Christ, PhD
- Valentine Kass, PhD
Deputy Division Director (Acting)
Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL)
National Science Foundation
- George Langford, PhD
Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
- David W. Oxtoby, PhD
- Mary Ann Rankin, PhD
Sr. Vice President Academic Affairs & Provost
University of Maryland
- Eugenie Scott, PhD
National Center for Science Education
- William B. Wood, PhD
Emeritus Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
University of Colorado at Boulder