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2020-21 PRODiG Cohort

2022-23 PRODiG Faculty Cohort

The following individuals were part of the third cohort, class of 2022-23, of PRODiG faculty across the SUNY System. 

The other PRODiG cohorts can be accessed below:

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Tiffany Hamm
SUNY Cortland
Teacher
Tiffany Hamm

Tiffany Hamm is a doctoral candidate at Syracuse University pursuing a Ph.D. in Science Education. Tiffany has received her M.S.Ed. in Urban Adolescence from Long Island University, Brooklyn campus; a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Sciences from Stony Brook University; and an Associate of Science degree in General Science from Borough of Manhattan Community College. Her research interests include developing and creating transformative science curriculum that supports equitable learning outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse students. As a PRODiG fellow, Tiffany is a teacher educator at SUNY Cortland, teaching science and methods of science teaching for preservice science teachers. 

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Danielle V. Lewis
SUNY Fredonia
Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences
Danielle V. Lewis

Danielle V. Lewis is a doctoral candidate in the University at Buffalo's Higher Education program. She also earned a M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from SUNY Cortland. She currently teaches in Fredonia's Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences including courses on social problems, sex and gender, and research methods. She is also a Research Associate on the multi-institutional NSF-funded project, UBelong, out of the University of Pittsburgh.

Her research agenda broadly focuses on the ways in which socially constructed identities allow for the reproduction of social inequality, specifically in higher education contexts. Her dissertation explores the motivations, perceptions, and experiences of men faculty allies for undergraduate women in STEM, with the expectation that understanding how when those in the majority actively attempt to dismantle inequitable cultures, it may support the generation of more inclusive disciplinary environments. Outside of her work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and their two dogs.