Sherryl Broverman focuses on creating linked curricula on HIV/AIDS with Egerton University in Kenya; developing international research service learning in the sciences; how inclusion of civic issues, international connections, and social engagement alters the cognitive and affective responses of non-major science students to science education; how course design impacts the demographics (gender, race, etc) of student enrollment in elective science courses; developing international science courses; the factors that impact educational outcomes for girls in rural Kenya. Broverman is the President of WISER International, a community development organization focusing on the social empowerment of girls through education and health.

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