Christa Robinson is a doctoral student in Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education in the College of Education at Michigan State University.
She holds degrees in media and interior design, and taught interior design at Lansing Community College by incorporating issues of sustainability and accessibility into the curriculum. She currently teaches courses discussing the relationship between schooling and social inequity. Her current research focuses on collecting the undertold counterstories of multiracial people and their schooling experiences.
Read Robinson’s article: Justice and Equity in STEM Education on the Science Gallery Detroit site.
Christa wrote a blog post for Science Gallery Detroit on “Justice and Equity in STEM Education” focusing on the need to overturn deterministic myths about STEM abilities and sharing the innovative example of the Adinkra Computing workshop offered at the Adams Butzel Recreation Complex during Black History Month in 2020.