Shinae
Park


Shinae Park teaches physics and engineering at The Lawrenceville School, an independent high school in New Jersey. In her work as a mentor teacher, she explores school culture and pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning with new educators. She is passionate about fostering equity and belonging in the science classroom and serves as an editor of the Underrepresentation Curriculum. Shinae is a graduate of UC Berkeley and holds a Ph.D. in Astronomy from Harvard University.

Articles by Shinae

Use the Tools of Science to Recognize Inequity in Science

We know anti-racist STEM curriculum is critical, but it can be hard to find. These LFJ grantees have created a resource to help.
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