Karen Anderson

Professor of Education
Stonehill College

Karen L. Anderson Ph.D.is completing her 16th year at Stonehill College. Karen’s research interests include the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL), curriculum development (with an emphasis on mathematics and science), and the professional development of practitioners in the field. Karen is active outside of Stonehill College having served as a consultant, reviewer, and professional development provider at educational organizations including: the Education Development Center (Waltham, MA), the Center for Early Learning Professionals (Warwick, Rhode Island), the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, the National Center on Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness (Westlake Village, California),the National Head Start Family Literacy Center (Sonoma, California) and the Intel/Massachusetts DESE Mathematics Initiative. Karen is currently the principal investigator for the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships Program grant (Communities of Practice: Teacher Preparation and Beyond) funded through the National Science Foundation ($1,199,965).

Mentor Year: 
2010, 2018