Jeremy Bradford

Director of Education

Jeremy Bradford is the Director of Education for Warrior-Scholar Project. In this role, Jeremy oversees all of WSP's curricula, including the organization's humanities, STEM, and business and entrepreneurship academic boot camps and community college workshops; and directs all aspects of the organization's teaching and program evaluation efforts.

 

Jeremy first became involved with WSP in 2014 when he was an astronomy graduate student at Yale University and helped to create and maintain the WSP STEM curriculum. After receiving his Ph.D., Jeremy joined the Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning as the Assistant STEM Education Program Director in the STEM Education and Evaluation group. In his role, he helped manage the Summer Institutes on Scientific teaching with faculty across the country. During this time, he also founded and developed the Research Experience for Veteran Undergraduates (REVU) program with Prof. Marla Geha, which he still helps to direct.

 

In addition to his work supporting student veterans at both WSP and REVU, Jeremy is also an adjunct professor of film at Tunxis Community College, where he designed and teaches curriculum focusing on the process and history of filmmaking, race and gender studies in film, and the intersection of American culture with filmmaking.

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202-796-8777​

1012 14th St NW #1200

Washington, DC 20005, USA

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