Travis T. York, Ph.D.
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Travis T. York is the Director of Inclusive STEMM Ecosystems for Equity & Diversity (ISEED) at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). His research and work focus on catalyzing and sustaining systemic change and transformation to achieve inclusive and equitable access and progress through STEM pathways into the STEM workforce. Within AAAS, Dr. York provides leadership to a talented team who collaborate to create change in over 20 grant-funded projects and initiatives spanning all STEMM fields and the entire educational pathway including AAAS SEA Change Initiative, Science in the Classroom, Noyce/ARISE and S-STEM Initiatives, L’Oreal USA Women in Science Fellowships, and HBCU Making & Innovation Showcase.
Currently, York is the PI of these NSF-funded programs: the AAAS Noyce and ARISE (Advancing Research and Innovation in the STEM Education of Preservice Teachers in High-Need School Districts) initiatives and AAAS Improving Undergraduate STEM Education initiative, and a Co-PI on a U.S. Department of Education IES Assessment Grant, Affording Degree Completion: A Study of Completion Grants at Accessible Public Universities. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. His most recent article, Completion Grants: A multi-method examination of institutional practice, is available in the Journal of Student Financial Aid. Dr. York is active within several professional associations and serves on the editorial review board of the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.
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