Michelle Harris is the Senior Research Program Coordinator for Global Programs at the Berman Institute. She is primarily responsible for coordinating the Fogarty African Bioethics Post-Doctoral Fellowship program, in addition to other programs affiliated with the African Bioethics Consortium. Michelle has relocated from Houston, Texas, where she worked as a behavior research coordinator on a NSF-funded longitudinal panel study at Rice University. She graduated with a MEd in comparative and global education from Sam Houston State University in 2018, an MSc in cognitive psychology from University of Kent in 2012, and a BA in psychology from Purdue University in 2011. Her primary research/career interests are international education program management, with special focus on minority, low-income, 1st generation, and other underrepresented groups’ participation in in global education opportunities.
- International education program management, with special focus on minority, low-income, 1st generation, and other underrepresented groups’ participation in in global education opportunities
- MEd, Comparative and global education, Sam Houston State University
- MSc, Cognitive psychology, University of Kent
- BA, Psychology, Purdue University